A fine North Persian Kubachi pottery dish

13” diameter x 2 ½“ depth


Blue and white Persian ware was produced in the Timurid era (1370-1502) under the influence of imported Chinese porcelain, albeit with increasingly distinctive decorative patterns. Though often referred to as “Kubachi” ware, on account of the region in Daghestan where many examples were first discovered, they were generally produced around Tabriz in northwestern Iran.

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