Bowl with a Drinker, 8th-9th Century, Nishapur, Iran
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


A larger image of a bowl with a Drinker, 8th-9th Century, Nishapur, Iran, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.


Bowl
Date: late 8th-9th century
Origin: Nishapur, Iran
Culture: Islamic
Medium: Earthenware; buff slip, underglaze painted in polychrome pigments under a transparent glaze
Dimensions: Height 6.4 cm Diameter 22.5 cm Base: 9.2 cm
Classification: Ceramics
Accession Number: 40.170.14
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
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