Middle East

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Woman with a Spray of Flowers, Safavid Iran, 1575 CE (Photo credit: mesosyn.com)

 Bowl, Minai'i (

Bowl, Minai’i (“enameled”) ware
Unknown
Date: late 12th–early 13th-century
Medium: Minai’i ware. Fritware, stain-and overglaze-painted, and gilded. (Photo credit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY)

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