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An engraved tinned-copper bottle, Persia or India, circa 16th/17th century
of baluster form with bulbous body on small foot and slender neck with ridge, engraved throughout with alternating cartouches containing calligraphy and split-palmettes on an etched ground, the upper section with horizontal incised lines above decoration
43cm. height
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Repetition of verses from a ghazal of Sa’ib-e Tabrizi (d.1676). Born in Tabriz and educated in Isfahan, Tabrizi travelled in India, where he was received by Shah Jahan. He returned to Isfahan where Shah ‘Abbas II titled him King of Poets (malik al-shu’ara’). It is possible that this bottle was produced in either Persia or India as both places would have been familiar with Tabrizi's works. 

Arts of the Islamic World including Fine Rugs and Carpets

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