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Aphrodite- Ancient Large Islamic Kashan Pottery Bottle, Museum Quality

CAD $18,270.00 Buy It Now Unsold, CAD $94.50 Shipping, 14-Day Returns

Seller: aphrodite.antiquities (1,073) 100%, Location: Brooklyn, New York, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 182193809920 Culture- Islamic Date- circa 1170 - 1199, Seljuk Period, late 12th century Material- Pottery. Condition- Intact, excellent state of preservation, Museum quality. Provenance- Ex: Early private collection, 1980s. Measurements- 14 1/2 in. H. (36.8 cm.) cf: A similar example in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, C 119-135 Info below taken from the museum's description: The place of manufacture of most lustreware is uncertain, but it seems likely that much of it was made in Kashan, Iran, where several potters signed or dated lustred pottery and tiles. Manufacture was at its peak during the second half of the 12th century and the 13th century. This flask is made from fritware, the hard, white artificial fabric which revolutionised pottery manufacture in 12th century Iran. Fritware’s strength facilitated the creation of large pieces, but as it was a rather stiff and unpliable material, fritware vessels were generally moulded rather than thrown on the wheel. The fritware paste would be rolled out and pressed into a mould, and later scraped down when semi-dry to achieve the required thinness. The lustre pigment, containing silver and copper oxides, ochre, and either vinegar or grape juice, was painted onto the pottery over the fired glaze, and was then fired again at a low temperature. During this firing the oxygen in the kiln was reduced by stoking the fire to produce a smoky atmosphere, and this caused the metals to adhere to the surface. After firing, the pottery was cleaned to reveal the splendid iridescence of the lustre. The dark brassy colour, typical of lusterware pieces from Kashan, indicates that silver rather than copper oxide was used in the manufacture of this lustre glaze This object is unconditionally guaranteed authentic. It has been legally imported to the U.S., and is legal to sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14. A note to our international buyers: Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer’s responsibility. Please check with your country’s Customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying.At times there may be delays at Customs depending on the country we ship to. Please note that delays at Customs abroad are beyond our control. We ask you to be patient and to allow additional time for your shipment to clear. Kindly note these points regarding the item you are buying: 1- This item is guaranteed authentic. 2- The images, size, and condition in this listing are accurate and for the actual object offered. 3- We ship within 1 day of receipt of payment. 4- Returns are allowed within one week from date of receipt for full refund less shipping charges. Buyer pays for return charges.About UsWe are among the top world-wide online ancient art sellers with a physical gallery location in New York City on Museum Mile. We have extensive experience in buying and selling antiquities. When acquiring antiquities, we tend to buy the finest objects and offer them at reasonable prices to our customers. We hand-pick every object and make sure it has great eye appeal as well as good upside investment potential. All objects we buy have been legally acquired, with clear titles, and if imported by us to the United States, has been done so in accordance with international laws concerning the trade in antiquities. Our buying sources are private collectors and major auction houses worldwide. Collecting antiquities can be fun, exciting, and quite rewarding, provided that you buy from the right dealer- one that you can trust and build a long lasting relationship with.All objects we sell are:1- Unconditionally guaranteed authentic (A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany every item over $100).2- Reasonably priced compared to others.3- Professionally packed.4- Shipped upon receipt of payment (1 day turnaround).5- No hassle seven day return privilege for full refund, less shipping. Our commitment to you is:Offer sincere advice, friendly service, and great value for your money. Whether you have been collecting antiquities for a while or just starting, our publication, "How to Buy & Collect Ancient Art", can be of great help to you. It will provide you with valuable information and advice, and after all it is free! Kindly email us to request a copy. *Our vast inventory of ancient art includes one of the finest and most comprehensive ancient glass collections ever assembled; it includes nearly every variety of pre-Roman, Roman, and eastern Mediterranean ancient glass. We have just published an electronic informational catalogue on ancient glass. You can view at: Aside from those objects listed on eBay, we have many more ancient glass and antiquities in all categories and at all price levels. If you have any specific inquiries, please let us know.

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