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English: Panel representing the mosque of Medina (now in Saudi Arabia). Composite body, silicate coat, transparent glaze, underglaze painted.
Français : Plaque représentant la mosquée de Médine. Céramique siliceuse, décor peint sur couche siliceuse et sous glaçure transparente.
Date 17th century
Department of Islamic art, Richelieu, lower ground floor, room 12
Accession number OA 3919/2-244
Object history
English: Found in İznik (Turkey)
Français : Provenance : Iznik (Turquie)
Credit line Collection of Albert Sorlin-Dorigny; purchase, 1895
Source/Photographer Marie-Lan Nguyen (2005)
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