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Mamluk Vase

Antique Islamic Mamluk 16th Century Glazed Fritware Ceramic Jar Vase
By Mamluke
Located in Bad Säckingen, DE
This antique ceramic jar or vase is believed to be from the 15th century and is of the Mamluk
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Antique 16th Century Syrian Islamic Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Pair of Brass Syrian Mamluk Revival Vases with Silver and Copper Inlay
Located in London, GB
A pair of brass Syrian Mamluk revival vases with silver and copper inlay Syrian, 20th Century
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Early 20th Century Syrian Islamic Vases

Materials

Silver, Copper, Brass

Mamluk Style Engraved and Punched Brass Jardinière Ottoman Syria or Egypt
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
A Mamluk style engraved and punched brass jardinière ottoman Syria or Egypt, early 20th century
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Early 20th Century Egyptian Egyptian Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Brass

Handblown Mosque Glass Lamp in Mameluke Style Gilded with Arabic Calligraphy
Located in Madrid, ES
were mainly made during the Mamluk period in Egypt,Sirya. They were made on commission and were
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Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Cut Glass

Handblown Mosque Glass Lamp in Mameluke Style Gilded with Arabic Calligraphy
Located in North Hollywood, CA
metal frame. Glass mosque lamps with were mainly made during the Mamluk period in Egypt. They were made
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Early 20th Century Asian Moorish Vases

Materials

Blown Glass

1920 Persian Brass Jewelry Box in Mamluk Revival Damascene Moorish Islamic Style
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Antique Persian Islamic Brass Jewelry Footed Box in Mamluk Revival Damascene style. A Middle
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Early 20th Century Asian Islamic Decorative Boxes

Materials

Brass

Antique Middle Eastern Islamic Copper Vase with Handles
Located in North Hollywood, CA
19th century Antique Middle Eastern Islamic Copper Vase with Snake Handles. Large Islamic Asian
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Antique 19th Century Asian Islamic Metalwork

Materials

Copper, Brass

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Early 20th Century Syrian Moorish Side Tables

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Antique Carved Moorish Side Table
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A vintage carved and inlaid Moorish style side table. In good condition with age appropriate wear.
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Vintage 1920s Moroccan Moorish Side Tables

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Large and Very Rare Silver-Inlaid Antique Judaica Tray
Located in London, GB
A large and very rare silver-inlaid antique Judaica tray Jerusalem, c.1900 Height 2.5cm, diameter 62cm This large and remarkable work is a copper and silver-inlaid antique Jewis...
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Antique Early 1900s Israeli Modern Religious Items

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Silver, Brass, Copper

A pair of large Meiji period Satsuma Rouleau vases
Located in London, GB
A pair of large Meiji period Satsuma Rouleau vases Japanese, Late 19th Century Height 54.5cm, diameter 24cm These beautiful Satsuma-ware vases were made during the Meiji period, in ...
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Antique Late 19th Century Japanese Meiji Ceramics

Materials

Earthenware

Alberto Pinto Style Mother of Pearl and Bone Inlaid Round Centre/Dining Table
Located in London, GB
Exquisite Circular Syrian table with Mother of Pearl and bone inlaid, designs throughout in various geometric patterns, Similar example in the Alberto Pinto Orientalism book.  
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Mid-20th Century Syrian Dining Room Tables

Materials

Mother-of-Pearl

Antique Turkish Tinned Copper Circular Serving Tray
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Turkish Asian tin copper round tray. Antique Turkish tinned copper circular serving tray. Very nice unusual Asian copper metal decorative hanging tray platter. The tinned copper pati...
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Antique Late 19th Century Turkish Moorish Metalwork

Materials

Metal, Copper

Set of Four French 19th Century Louis XV Rococo Style Gilt Wood Carved Armchairs
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A fine set of four French 19th century Louis XV Rococo style giltwood carved Fauteuil à la Reine armchairs, the arched upholstered paneled backs with foliate scroll cresting and simi...
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Antique 19th Century French Louis XV Armchairs

Materials

Fabric, Giltwood

Pair of Large Chinese Porcelain Vases with French Ormolu Mounts
Located in London, GB
Pair of large Chinese porcelain vases with French ormolu mounts French, Chinese, c.1840 Height 65.5cm, width 32cm, depth 25cm In the 1840s, two masterful art forms converged to bir...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Louis Philippe Vases

Materials

Ormolu

Large Middle Eastern Moorish Turkish Mother-of-pearl Inlaid Chest
Located in Bradenton, FL
A large Turkish mother-of-pearl inlaid chest inlaid throughout to show foliate scrolls and geometric forms, raised on four legs. From the 16th century onwards the dominant influence...
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20th Century Syrian Moorish Decorative Boxes

Materials

Bone, Mother-of-Pearl, Wood

Salvadore Large Sofa Pierre Frey Fabric Designed by Laura Gonzalez
By laura gonzalez
Located in Paris, FR
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2010s French Other Canapes

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Fabric

Rare Indian Islamic Carved Calligraphic Marble Tile, circa 1860
Located in New York, NY
A rare Indian Islamic carved calligraphic marble tile, circa 1860 Hand carved with a cusped cartouche containing lines of dense thuluth calligraphy. Sitting on a custom made stand. ...
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Antique 19th Century Indian Islamic Sculptures and Carvings

Materials

Marble

Egyptian Middle Eastern Tray Overlaid with Islamic Writing in Silver
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Islamic Arabic calligraphy circular tray with silver overlay. Round Egyptian brass tray overlaid with metal silver and copper Islamic calligraphy writing and foliates patterns. Thi...
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Mid-20th Century Egyptian Islamic Metalwork

Materials

Metal, Brass, Copper

Ancient Antique 16th Century Islamic Calligraphy Mamluk Glass Mosque Lamp 1500
Located in Portland, OR
A rare and ancient Mamluk period Islamic handblown glass mosque lamp, Egypt or Syria, early 1500's. The lamp of diminutive form & having a flared neck with Islamic calligraphy, the g...
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Antique 16th Century Egyptian Islamic Antiquities

Materials

Glass

Exceptional Pair of Islamic Mamluk Revival Silver Inlaid Quran Side Tables
Located in New York, NY
An exceptional and rare pair of Islamic Mamluk Revival silver and copper inlaid Quran Koran side tables, Egypt, circa late 19th century. Fully silver inlaid cairoware tables. Very...
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Antique 19th Century Egyptian Islamic Side Tables

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Silver, Brass, Copper

Copper Hand Etched Egyptian Pot Jardiniere
By Mamluke
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Middle Eastern Copper hand etched polished brass cache pot. Could be used as a vase or Jardiniere, indoor or outdoor. Figural scenes and pyramid architectural and geometric designs ...
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Early 20th Century Egyptian Islamic Metalwork

Materials

Brass, Copper

Middle Eastern Egyptian Hebraique Revival Hand Etched Brass Pot Jardiniere
By Mamluke
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Middle Eastern 19th century large scale Jewish Egyptian finely hand etched brass memorial bowl decorated with medallions with Hebrew inscriptions, pyramids, sphinx, and human figures...
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Antique 19th Century Egyptian Islamic Vases and Vessels

Materials

Brass

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Rare Islamic Mamluk Period 16th Century Likely Syrian Blue and White Ceramic Jar
Located in Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Standing 10.5 in. tall this Islamic museum quality pottery jar of great authenticity features a tapering baluster form decorated with blue and white glaze in a typical Syrio-Persian ...
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Antique 16th Century Syrian Islamic Jars

Materials

Pottery

Antique Moroccan Ceramic Vase From Fez
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Incredible handcrafted ceramic Moorish style vase with fine filigree silver nickel work with
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20th Century Moroccan Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Handblown Mosque Glass Lamp in Mameluke Style Gilded with Arabic Calligraphy
Located in North Hollywood, CA
circular metal frame. Glass mosque lamps with were mainly made during the Mamluk period in Egypt or Syria
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Early 20th Century Syrian Islamic Vases

Materials

Art Glass, Blown Glass

Pair of Brass, Silver, and Copper Mamluk Reivival Vases
Located in London, GB
Pair of brass, silver, and copper Mamluk Reivival vases Syrian, early 20th century Measures
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Early 20th Century Syrian Islamic Vases

Materials

Brass, Silver, Copper

Moroccan Large Calligraphic Urns 2 feet 1/5 High
Located in North Hollywood, CA
calligraphy inscriptions in browns on ivory background. Moroccan ceramic urns or large vases. We
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20th Century Moroccan Moorish Vases

Materials

Ceramic

16th Century Syrian Mamluk Spice Jar
Located in Montecito, CA
Beautiful mamluk spice jar.
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Syrian Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Two 16th Century Mamluk Blue and White Spice Jars
Located in Montecito, CA
Very early beautiful spice jars from the mid 1600's.
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Antique 16th Century Vases

Islamic Mamluk 16th Century Blue Ceramic Jar Vase
By Mamluke
Located in Amsterdam, NL
This is a rare Islamic ceramic Jar made from 'fritware', a sandy, gritty body that is fired with a thick glaze. The decoration is remarkable. The 15th century AD saw the emergence of...
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Antique 16th Century Syrian Islamic Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Fritware Jar with Blue and White Oriental Pattern, Mamluk 16th-17th Century
Located in Geelong, Victoria
Mamluk frit - paste jar of ovoid form, decorated in the Chinese manner with scrolling foliage
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Antique 16th Century Syrian Islamic Vases

Materials

Pottery

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