Persia, Zand Dynasty ca. 1780 Ceramic, polychrome glaze 24,5 x 24,5 x 2,5 cm
This faience tile was manufactured around 1780 and thus dates from the Persian Zand dynasty (1750-1994). This tile has a polychrome glaze and a floral decoration. In Persia, today's Iran, tiles have long been an important part of the artistic handicraft. Tiles have been used in many ways to decorate palaces, mausoleums, mosques, official buildings, and schools.
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