Persian-Mediterranean window, wood, Exact Origin & Period not known

Persian-Mediterranean window, wood, Exact Origin & Period not known
Old, the mirror has been attached later

Abstract Persian design with mixed technique of watercolour and brush drawing on wood
The form with bow at the top is reminiscent of the old buildings on Cyprus for example. The inside of the doors are painted with flowers. The doors are fastened with old hinges and there is a vertical bar attached to the lock like they used to do in the past.
On the picture are 11 people with turbans: Muhammad and the ten promised.

UTHMAN IBN AFFAN, paragon of chastity, is according to the Sunni tradition the third of the four 'Righteous Caliphs' and one of the 10 Muslims selected for paradise. He was 34 when Muhammad (pbuh) was chosen as apostle. Uthman ruled the Arab Empire for more than 12 years since 656; Islamic conquests followed each other on at high speed: they conquered Juzejan, Taliqan, Faryab and Balh, almost all cities in the Takharistan region as well as Cyprus and Rhodes, Libia and Tunisia and the are from Anatolia to Tbilisi.
Date and exact origin of this item are unknown.
Dimensions: width 18 cm x height 24 cm x depth 3 cm (562 grams)
Mirror: not original

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