Polychrome Pottery Garrus Bowl with Figural Decoration
Polychrome Pottery Garrus Bowl with Figural Decoration, Persia, possibly 12th or 13th century, conical, with slightly flared short foot, the interior decorated with a princely figure seated with his heels together, his hands reaching out to a simurgh on one side and an attendant on the other, the red earthenware decorated with brown, light brown, and green glazes, ht. 2 5/8, dia. 6 1/2 in.
Provenance: The estate of Marion E. James.
one side of bowl filled in and restored, possibly reglazed.
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