A KASHAN LUSTRE-DECORATED TILE, CENTRAL IRAN, 13TH CENTURY Of eight pointed stellar form, decorated in lustre over a tin glaze with inglaze cobalt blue and turquoise, with a central spray of large tri-lobed leaves with a pond below and pair of birds either side, a ground of scrolling cloudsenclosed by a border of cursivie calligraphy - 8in (20.2cm) diameter
tile Museum number G.491 Description Eight-pointed star tile. Fritware (stonepaste), painted in blue and lustre over an opaque white glaze. The central field is further divided into star-shaped panels, painted with lustre lines which are filled in with blue. Eight palmette-trees radiate from a central rosette motif. Each corner is filled with a simple palmette. The border is decorated with an inscription painted in lustre on a white ground and framed with blue lines. Reverese undecora…
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Tile mosaics from the Kubad Abad Palace, built 1226-1236. The palace was built for Kayqubad I, a Seljuk Sultan of Rûm.