MF001

A superb Islamic azure glazed Bowl Fragment, 12th century AD

bright turquoise blue in color, hemispherical in shape, the exterior decorate with black pigment. 
 
Condition: Fragment as shown, a superb piece with exceptional provenance.  Highly recommended.

Dimensions:  Height:  3 1/4" (8.3cm)  Width:  2 1/2" (6.4cm)

Provenance:  Donated to the Minneapolis Institute of Art in the 1927 by Lily Place, deaccessioned in 1958 and thereafter in the George Ollinger private collection, Pennsylvania, thereafter in a private Pennslvanyia collection, acquired from the Ollinger estate in the late 1990's.  Museum accession number on back:  27.41.148.

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