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Despite a slight formal asymmetry, this vessel is remarkable for its artistic and technical qualities. The profile is rounded, the disk-shaped base is flat, the upturned lip is in relief.
A medium-sized, perfectly circular phiale, with a low wall. The body is hollow with a very flared rim; it was hammered from a single, thin sheet of silver.
The word askos originally designates the skin of an animal that was sewn and turned into a skin intended to carry liquids, especially wine or water.
A cylindrical vessel supported by a disk-shaped foot, with a small shoulder and a low neck terminating in a rounded rim. The decoration represents an inscription in Kufic, which repeats several times the word Allah on the body;
This handmade, large calyx is composed of a hemispherical bowl supported by a hollow, trumpet-shaped high foot.
This bronze cast vessel was polished, while the handles and decorations were hammered and/or decorated in repoussé.
A light beige-gray ceramic bowl, covered with a white slip; the decoration is painted in black under a beautiful turquoise glaze, thicker on the bottom where it partially dripped.
This veiled female head is carved in very high relief on the plaque, whose edges are curved. The two vertical edges, visible in the lower plaque, indicate the borders of the veil.
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