|Size:||8 x 8 inch|
| ||20.3 x 20.3 cm|
Ceramic tile made of stonepaste; molded, polychrome painted under transparent glaze. Persian Tile Qajar Period
Persian Tile (Qajar Period 1779-1925)
Rectangular underglaze tiles were commonly made in nineteenth-century Iran to decorate the upper borders of architectural interiors in a continuous frieze. Production of these tiles was centered mainly in the Qajar capital of Tehran. The underglaze technique of painting, applied on either a flat surface or molded i ...
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