A Nishapur white-slip glazed conical bowl with Kufic inscription, ‘Greed is a Sign of Poverty’
An early Islamic ewer
Carved panel with deep, cusped arch enclosing three sections with flowers, probably from a Mughal palace or haveli in Rajasthan
Ottoman tray with Armenian inscription
Small chini khana panel which would have been placed at the front of a recessed panel, allowing for the display of precious objects and dishes inside the different shaped openings
Berber Minbar
A Sandstone Calligraphic Frieze
A monumental tinned-copper bowl
Covered stone jar
A Sandstone Calligraphic Frieze
Jali with design of pairs of six-petalled flowers within interlocking hexagons
Semi lunar Jali with clover leaf openwork design
Ivory couple
Decorative tile
Iznik tile
A Carved Stone Mihrab Panel
Carved marble column base
A Bronze Cauldron

Islamic Works of Art

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