616-Gold Sword Pommel; Decorated with three seated winged lions in repousse.
Gilan-Iran Seljuk 11th C.
620- Gold Ring; Boss decorated with relief of walking winged griffin before a vine; hand with inscription of three Naskhi lines
Iran- Seljuk 12th C.
618- Two gold earrings and a gold nose ring; One earring composed of three open-work gold beads and a slightly oval carnelian; the other of three gold filigree beads surrounding the set stone. now missing. The nose ring composed of three small gold balls and a pearl that slides along its wire.
Iran- Saljuk 12th C.
674- Long Necked, Blue Glass Bottle; Decorated with three threads on body, three on lower neck, and a spiral. In verted foot.
Iran Seljuk About 12th C. (1200)
684-Glass Bottle; The long neck is decorated with two black threads, joined by a zigzag of turquoise at the base of the neck and below the mouth. Below two handles with suspended rings runs a turquoise thread. The lip is rimmed in turquoise. Originally clear, this rose-water sprinkler is now a greenish-white color.
Gorgan-Iran 12th C.
655- Double Walled ewer with a reticulated outer Wall; Black design under a turquoise glaze. The outer shell is in the form of guilloche pattern; the spout is attached to the inner vessel, so that the piece is functional. the word "baraka" is inscribed around the mouth. The base has the willow weed pattern typical of Kashan wares.
Iran, Seljuk early 13th C.
647- Deep Pottery Bowl; Divided into quadrants by a central cross motif. The painting under the transparent, colorless glaze consists of inscriptions, Birds, and formal designs partly of floral origin, in black and blue on white engobe. Kashan Style.
Iran Seljuk Early 13th C.
632- Pottery Pitcher; Red ware decorated with graffito designs in green and cream slip under yellowish transparent glaze. Foot unglazed.
Amol- Iran 11th C.
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