Bowl. Made of cast copper, with inverted rim. Exterior with rows of rectangles containing circles on cross-hatched ground and three-field blazons, upper and lower with lozenges, central with chalice and two powder-horns. Travesty of blazons of amirs of Qaitbay.

An00012512 001 l

Thing

Made Of
copper
Type of Thing
bowl
Techniques
cast

Place

Time

Acquired In
1888
Period/Culture
Islamic

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