621- Bronze Incense Burner in the Shape of A Bird; The upper part of
the bird's body and the tip of t he tail form an openwork floral
pattern; the head and lower part of the body are covered with chased
designs, certain sections of which indicate stylized feathers, while
others show animal motifs..
Gorgan-Iran Late 11th C.
623- Six Sided Bronze incense Burner; In the shape of a box with a little cupola on top. The center panels and the dome show an ajour scrollwork pattern, while other parts are covered with a chased design.
Probably Eastern Iran- Seljuk 12th C.
705- Large Plate with designs of Birds and Clouds; This design in blue on white is a free Persian interpretation of a Ming porcelain piece..
Mashhad-Iran Safavid Third quarter of16th C.
706- Large Plate with a Design of Five Animals in A Landscape; This design in blue on white under a transparent colorless glaze is copied from a Ming Plate.
Mashhad- Iran, Safavid 1600
691- Brass Candlestick; Decorated with Thulth inscription and registers of chased decorations; arabesques, floral motifs, and inscriptions.
Iran Mongol Era 14th C.
727- Agate Spoon in Gold Mounting with Enameled Decoration; Decorated with a bird in rose, green and blue
Tehran-Iran Kajar Era 19th C.
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