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An Islamic blue glazed Spouted Ewer, Seljuk Period, ca. 12th - 13th Century CE

MP1815

Covered in a bright turquoise glaze, with a globular body on a circular foot, a long bent spout, a tall neck with everted rim, and a handle applied at the top of the neck and the shoulder.

Dimensions: Height: 7 1/2  inches (19 cm)

Condition: Spout rejoined with minor surface loss but otherwise intact and in good condition overall.

Provenance: The Hauge Collection of Ancient & Iranian Art, assembled between 1962 and 1966. Foreign service brothers, Victor and Osborne Hauge, together with their wives Takako and Gratia, assembled their collection of Persian, Japanese, Chinese, and Southeast Asian works of fine and folk art while stationed overseas with the US government after WWII. In consultation with academics and dealers, the Hauges assembled over two decades of what former Freer art director Harold Stern described in 1957 as "without doubt one of the finest private collections in the world". Much of their collection was donated to the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery at the Smithsonian Institute culminating in an exhibition and published catalogue in 2000. The balance, including this object, was inherited by descent in 2016.


Category: Ceramic, Under $1000, Vessels

Type: Near East

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