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SEVEN PERSIAN LUSTER-PAINTED STAR TILES, KASHAN, SELJUK AND ILKHANID, 13TH CENTURY A.D. reserved in white with cobalt blue or turquoise detail, and painted respectively with a couchant deer, a bird, a rosette of radiating petals with blue splash in the center, a plant with tri-lobed flowers, a plant with fleur-de-lys, a tree or leaf, and an intricate radiating arabesque, all of the tiles with inscriptions in the borders.

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Tile      Place of origin:      Kashan, Iran (made)     Artist/Maker:      unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Fritware with lustre decoration     Museum number:      1074-1875

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Tile Place of origin: Kashan, Iran (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Fritware with lustre decoration Museum number:

Six star tiles from Iran, late 13th or early 14th century,glazed stone paste.

Six star tiles from Iran, late or early century,glazed stone paste.

Islamic lustre ware tile decorated with two dogs and a floral design, Iranian, 1267 AD (ceramic, frit, underglaze and lustre overglaze)

Islamic lustre ware tile decorated with two dogs and a floral design, Iranian, 1267 AD (ceramic, frit, underglaze and lustre overglaze)

Two Persian Lustre-Glazed Star-form Tiles, Kashan, 13th century

Two Persian Lustre-Glazed Star-form Tiles, Kashan, century

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Star-shaped tiles Location: Rome, Italy Holding Museum: National Museum of Oriental Art (Museo Nazionale d’Arte Orientale) Date of Object: Hegira / AD centuries Dimensions: Width Period / Dynasty Ilkhanid Provenance: Iran.

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virtual-artifacts: “Eight-pointed Star Tile early century Il-Khanid period Stone-paste painted colorless glaze H: W: cm Iran ”

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Tile panel in the star-cross pattern (detail), century;

Etoiles et croix de revêtement Céramique, décor de lustre métallique Iran, 665 H. / 1266-1267

Ceramic decor, iran, 665 h.

Description: THREE KASHAN LUSTRE STAR TILES CENTRAL PERSIA, 13TH AND 14TH CENTURIES Comprising two six-pointed examples, each decorated with scrolling arabesques reserved against a deep lustre ground filled with fine scrolls, together with a larger eight-pointed star tile with similar scrolling designs in lustre on a white ground, slight chips, smallest with one restored corner 6in. (15cm.), 5½in. (14cm.) and 4½in. (11.5cm.) wide (3)

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Museum number  G.452 Description  Full: Front  Tile (star). Quránic inscription around edge,part of the Imam Zade Yahya,Veramin group. Made of lustre glazed ceramic, pottery (white).

Quránic inscription around edge,part of the Imam Zade Yahya,Veramin group. Made of lustre glazed ceramic, pottery (white).

Group of eight-pointed star tiles. Fritware (stonepaste), painted in blue and lustre over an opaque white glaze.  Asia, Iran,Central Iran, I...

Group of eight-pointed star tiles. Fritware (stonepaste), painted in blue and lustre over an opaque white glaze. Asia, Iran,Central Iran, I.

Lusterware Star Tile  Single Human Figure with Calligraphy Border.  Lusterware, a type of ceramic named after lustrous, glinting finish that was achieved by a particular kind of glaze.  The town of Kashan gave its name to the Persian word for tile; kashi. It was one of the principal and most famous centers for the production of fine pottery and tiles between the 12th and 14th centuries.

Lusterware Star Tile

Two Kneeling Human Figures with Calligraphy Border. Lusterware, a type of ceramic named after lustrous, glinting finish that was achieved by a particular kind of glaze.

An Exceptionally Fine Kashan Lustre Star Tile, Persia, Dated A.H. 680/A.D. 1281-1282 of stellar form, decorated in dark brown lustre, cobalt blue and turquoise with a central cruciform design radiating lotus palmettes reserved on a scroll ground alternating with lobed cartouches filled with scale and dot patterning bordered by a calligraphic band, with modern stand

An Exceptionally Fine Kashan Lustre Star Tile, Persia, Dated A.H. 680/A.D. 1281-1282 of stellar form, decorated in dark brown lustre, cobalt blue and turquoise with a central cruciform design radiating lotus palmettes reserved on a scroll ground alternating with lobed cartouches filled with scale and dot patterning bordered by a calligraphic band, with modern stand

Description: THREE KASHAN LUSTRE TILES, IRAN, LATE 13TH CENTURY Of eight-point form, underglaze painted in cobalt and lustre, the first with a central four-point lobed design on a square, a band of naskh to outer border; the second with central design of a pheonix on a lustre ground with cobalt band of naskh to outer border; the third with design of a deer on a vegetal ground, with cobalt designs to outer border - largest 8 1/8in (20.5cm) diameter (3)

Description: THREE KASHAN LUSTRE TILES, IRAN, LATE 13TH CENTURY Of eight-point form, underglaze painted in cobalt and lustre, the first with a central four-point lobed design on a square, a band of naskh to outer border; the second with central design of a pheonix on a lustre ground with cobalt band of naskh to outer border; the third with design of a deer on a vegetal ground, with cobalt designs to outer border - largest 8 1/8in (20.5cm) diameter (3)

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