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Composite body with over-glaze polychrome painted decoration
Gift of anonymous donor
(Kashan, Central Iran).
(Dikran Kelekian [1867-1951], New York, New York, USA)
1925-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Fisher, C. G. and A. W. Fisher. Islamic Art From Michigan Collections. Exh. cat., Kresge Art Gallery, Michigan State University. 1982, pp. 9-10, described p. 61, p. 65 pl. 5 (ill.) [E.H. Peck].
Islamic, Iranian, Bowl Fragment, late 12th century, composite body with over-glaze polychrome painted decoration. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of anonymous donor, 25.93.B.