Artist unknown, Boy Holding a Falcon, Iran, Late 18th century, Qajar Dynasty, Hermitage Museum

Boy Holding a Falcon, Iran, Late century, Qajar Dynasty, Hermitage Museum [Robe with paisley motif]

Ancient Goddess Bird Tribe Woman of Iran, Qajar Dynasty was still represented in the 19th century

An entry from pretty begonia

vasilyt: “ ytellioglu: “ Angel with Bird Iran, Qajar Dynasty, century Paintings Oil on canvas 13 x 9 x ¾ in.

Harem Beauty - with henna dyed hands; a european-like crinoline skirt ; Iranian court attire: under an open short jacket, a transparent silk blouse. Between shirt and skirt we can see the woman's naked body. Iran, Mid-19th century, Qajar Dynasty oil and glue colors.

Woman Holding a Diadem -

Women in Art History womeninarthistory: Woman Holding a Diadem Origin: Iran, century, Qajar Dynasty Source:womeninarthistory

Antique Persian Silk Ikat from Yazd Iran, Qajar Dynasty 1795-1925 A.D Circa 1900, size 178 x 124cm. And pictures of Ikat Factory.

Antique Persian Silk Ikat from Yazd Iran, Qajar Dynasty Circa size 178 x And pictures of Ikat Factory.

This series is known as, Divani. This series was not used by Iranian post office. Qajar dynasty. 1909

This series is known as, Divani. This series was not used by Iranian post office. Qajar dynasty. 1909

Antique Qajar Embroidery Kerman Embroidery Panel Qajar Dynasty 1795 - 1925 A.D…

Antique Qajar Embroidery Kerman Embroidery Panel Qajar Dynasty 1795 - 1925 A.D Circa 1800 - a suggestion of paisley in the pattern - stylised pine cone

Portrait Of Sultan Muhammad Mirza, Persia, C. 1835, Sayyid Mirza Prints from Easyart.com

The portrait Of Sultan Muhammad Mirza Qajar, Persia, ca. 1835 by Sayyid Mirza Print - The Qajar dynasty was an Iranian royal dynasty of Turkic origin, specifically from the Qajarlar tribe.

This diamond, weighing 74.53 carats, formed part of the private collection of Sultan Ahmed Shah Qajar, the seventh and last King of the Qajar dynasty of Persia. Willed to his grandchildren and sold by them at Sotheby’s in May of 1983, the jewel is a rare vestige of the Persian dynasty’s great passion for gemstones. The Sultan often wore it as a head ornament, affixed to an aigrette, as seen here c.1920 Source @fd_gallery #GreatJewelryCollectors #SothebysJewels

carat cushion cut fancy yellow diamond, set in a jewel from the late century. A Qajar Dynasty diamond and jewel.

Mozaffar-ed-Din Shah Qajar (Shah of Persia from 1896 to 1907)

Mozaffar ad-Din, the son of the Qajar ruler Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, Mozaffar ad-Din was named crown prince and sent as governor to the northern province of Azarbaijan in Persia. Mamad looks a lot like him

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