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Lot 381

Tuesday 04 Oct, 2016 - 10.00am

A 9th/10th Century Nischapur (Persia) slip painted pottery bowl with rounded sloping sides and slightly everted rim, on short foot, painted in manganese with splashes of green on an opaque white glaze, with band of Kufic inscription across the centre, 8ins diameter x 2.5ins high (damaged)

Estimate £100 - 150 Sold for £190

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป