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Timurid cuerda seca pottery tile spandrel, comprising two tiles, the upper square tile with lower curved triangular tile together forming a design of spiralling yellow tendril terminating in palmettes interlaced with a  ...
Timurid cuerda seca pottery tile spandrel, comprising two tiles, the upper square tile with lower curved triangular tile together forming a design of spiralling yellow tendril terminating in palmettes interlaced with a flowering turquoise tendril, in a blue border of linked small panels between plain turquoise stripes. Samarkand, early 15th century Overall l. 65.5 cm; w. 33 cm Published: Christie’s, Islamic Art and Manuscripts, 26 April 2005, lot 101; Arts from the Land of Timur. An Exhibition from a Scottish Private Collection. Paisley, Sogdiana Books, 2012, Cat. no 469.
price:  POA