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Jar, stone paste painted in black under turquoise glaze, Raqqa, Syria, late 12th-early 13th century #ceramics #pottery
Jar | Origin: Raqqa, Syria | Period: late 12th-early 13th century | Details: Before the devastating Mongol invasion in the mid-thirteenth century, the city of Rakka in northern Syria became an important ceramic center. This elegant jar is characteristic of one type of ware associated with Rakka. It is decorated with bold black designs under a transparent turquoise glaze that is often quite thickly applied and appears almost in relief. | Type: Stone-paste painted in black under turquoise glaze
Jar | Late 12th-early 13th century | Stone-paste painted in black under turquoise glaze | Raqqa, Syria | Gift of Charles Lang Freer | Freer Gallery of Art | F1908.136
Jar; late 12th - early 13th century; Syria, Raqqa. Stonepast: painted under transparent turquoise glaze.
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