Lamp (mosque). Bearing a cup blazon and inscription with titles of unnamed emir. Made for Saif al-Din Shaikhu al-`Umar (d. 1357).
Brownish colourless glass; blue, white, red and yellow enamels; and gold. Free blown, tooled, applied, enamelled and gilded; worked on the pontil.
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- glass, gold
- Type of Thing
- Exhibition History
2014 30 Mar - 29 Jun, Dallas Museum of Art, 'Nur: Light in Art and Science from the Islamic World'
2013-14 24 Oct - 9 Feb, Seville, Focus-Abengoa Foundation, 'Nur'
2012 Nov - 2013 Feb, Kunsthalle, Bonn, Germany, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2012 April - August, Abu Dhabi, Manarat Al Saadiyat, 'Treasures of the World’s Cultures'
2009 11 Dec-2010 10 May, Madrid, Canal de Isabel II, Treasures of the World’s Cultures
2009 1 May-20 Sep, Victoria, Royal BC Museum, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2007 14 Sep-2 Dec, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2007 3 Feb-27 May, Taipei, National Palace Museum, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2006 18 Mar-4 Jun, Beijing, Capital Museum, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2005 27 Oct-2006 31 Jan, Haengso Museum, Keimyung University, Daegu, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2005 25 Jul-8 Oct, Busan Museum, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2005 11 Apr-10 Jul, Seoul Arts Centre, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2004 26 Jun-29 Aug, Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2004 10 Apr-13 Jun, Fukuoka Art Museum, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2004 17 Jan-28 Mar, Kobe City Museum, Treasures of the World's Cultures
2003 18 Oct-14 Dec, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Treasures of the World's Cultures
- Mamluk Style
- gilded, enamelled, blown
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