Islamic footed bowl (jam) with Arabic inscription, 13th century

Islamic footed bowl (jam) with Arabic inscription, 13th century

  • Image Number: C1A001356N000000000PBA
  • Dynasty: Song dynasty
  • Category: Bronzes
  • Archival dimension: 高13.7公分 口徑18.1公分
  • Function: Container
  • Material: Mineral/Metal/Bronze
  • Description:
    Round mouth, thin short handle, discoid ring foot. On the belly of the vessel, wavy beaded bands intersect, and the space is filled with flower and leaf patterns. The map is inlaid with silver pieces. There are Kufic inscriptions on the lips and feet, which are commonly used to copy the Koran in Islamic culture. The content of the inscription is to pray to Allah for fame and fortune. Through comparison, it is possible that this device came from Khorasan, eastern Iran, in the 13th century. It was recorded in Appendix 1 of the Western Qing Dynasty Continuation Collection, and was used as the Bronze Ware of the Tang Dynasty.

十三世紀 伊斯蘭回文豆

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