Antique 18th early 19th Century Persian Islamic Safavid Cuerda Seca Pottery Tile, Circa 1780

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An antique Persian late Safavid or early Qajar period Islamic Cuerda Seca Pottery tile, circa 1780. The tile of square form with a cream ground and polychrome decoration of a musician playing a Persian Tar, a stringed instrument of the mid 1700s.

Condition is good, minor nibbles to the edges.


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6.75 inches high × 6.75 inches wide × 0.75 inches deep


17.15 cm high × 17.15 cm wide x 1.91 cm deep

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