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Nishapur Turquoise Glazed Pottery Jar  (No Reserve Price)
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Nishapur Turquoise Glazed Pottery Jar (No Reserve Price)

Nishapur Turquoise Glazed Pottery Jar Circa 11th–12th century AD This stonepaste jar features a rounded body with circular recesses, a biconical profile with a stem foot, and a protruding neck. It is monochrome-glazed in turquoise, a colour often associated with the artistic traditions of the region. Flourishing primarily between the 9th and 14th centuries AD, Nishapur's ceramics were renowned for their exquisite designs and vibrant colors. These ceramics were decorated using various techniques such as slip-painting, underglaze painting, and incising, featuring intricate geometric patterns, floral motifs, and calligraphic scripts. Nishapur's ceramic industry played a significant role in the region's economy and cultural exchange, serving as important commodities traded along the Silk Road. Cf. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number: 48.101.2183. Dimensions: 65mm x 65mm; weight 85g Provenance: Private UK Ancient Art Collection formerly acquired on the UK, European, and USA Art Markets from pre-2000 Collections. Disclaimer: NO SHIPPING OUTSIDE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. All items will be shipped from Belgium. The seller guarantees and can prove that the object was obtained legally. The seller was informed by Catawiki that they had to provide the documentation required by the laws and regulations in their country of residence. The seller guarantees and is entitled to sell/export this object. The seller will provide all provenance information known about the object to the buyer. The seller ensures that any necessary permits are/will be arranged. The seller will inform the buyer immediately about any delays in obtaining such permits. The seller will not ship outside the EU.

No. 84442619

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Nishapur Turquoise Glazed Pottery Jar  (No Reserve Price)

Nishapur Turquoise Glazed Pottery Jar (No Reserve Price)

Nishapur Turquoise Glazed Pottery Jar
Circa 11th–12th century AD

This stonepaste jar features a rounded body with circular recesses, a biconical profile with a stem foot, and a protruding neck. It is monochrome-glazed in turquoise, a colour often associated with the artistic traditions of the region.
Flourishing primarily between the 9th and 14th centuries AD, Nishapur's ceramics were renowned for their exquisite designs and vibrant colors. These ceramics were decorated using various techniques such as slip-painting, underglaze painting, and incising, featuring intricate geometric patterns, floral motifs, and calligraphic scripts. Nishapur's ceramic industry played a significant role in the region's economy and cultural exchange, serving as important commodities traded along the Silk Road.
Cf. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number: 48.101.2183.
Dimensions: 65mm x 65mm; weight 85g
Provenance: Private UK Ancient Art Collection formerly acquired on the UK, European, and USA Art Markets from pre-2000 Collections.

Disclaimer:
NO SHIPPING OUTSIDE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION.
All items will be shipped from Belgium.
The seller guarantees and can prove that the object was obtained legally.
The seller was informed by Catawiki that they had to provide the documentation required by the laws and regulations in their country of residence.
The seller guarantees and is entitled to sell/export this object.
The seller will provide all provenance information known about the object to the buyer.
The seller ensures that any necessary permits are/will be arranged.
The seller will inform the buyer immediately about any delays in obtaining such permits.
The seller will not ship outside the EU.

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