Seljuq Bowl with Turkish Horseman with Long Bandana, c. 1200AD. Museum für Islamische Kunst I. 15/60.



Teller (Gefäßkeramik)
um 1200
Datierung engl.: c. 1200
Herkunft (Allgemein): Iran (Land)
Herstellungsort: Kaschan (Ort)
Quarzfritte, transparente weiße Glasur mit Lüsterbemalung
Höhe: 7,5 cm
Durchmesser: 34,7 cm
Wandungsstärke: ca. 0,6 cm
Ident.Nr. I. 15/60
Sammlung: Museum für Islamische Kunst
© Foto: Museum für Islamische Kunst der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz
Fotograf/in: Johannes Kramer


Plate (pottery)
around 1200
Dating: c. 1200AD
Origin (General): Iran (Country)
Place of production: Kashan (place)
Quartz frit, transparent white glaze with luster painting
Height: 7.5 cm
Diameter: 34.7 cm
Wall thickness: approx. 0.6 cm
ID No. I. 15/60
Collection: Museum of Islamic Art
© Photo: Museum of Islamic Art of the National Museums in Berlin
Photographer: Johannes Kramer
Source: Museum für Islamische Kunst der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin



Referenced on p.211, "The Iconography of a Military Elite: Military Figures on an Early Thirteenth-Century Candlestick (Part II)" by David Nicolle, in Mamlūk Studies Review Vol. 19, 2016
Figure 118. Huntsman with long bandana, ceramic dish from Rayy, late 12th century (Museum für Islamische Kunst, inv. nr.I.15/60, Berlin, Germany).
... to the fully developed curb bit which became a feature of cavalry equipment in the medieval Islamic world



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