Bowls

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Copper Wine-Bowl -779
Provenance: Kashan Area-Persia
Dimensions: 4.5 cm X 11. cm
Age: Kajar Era Make
Owner: Not mentioned
Info: Another beautiful artifact in copper from Persia.The inner section of the piece is decorated with a ring having a dot in the center.The outer part is divided into three sections.The band under the rim of the bowl is filled with pomegranate flowers in scroll.The next and the largest section is equally divided into 16 Almond designs of which eight(8) are for actual Almond fruit in relief and the other eight (8) have visual descriptions of various figures.The very bottom part is decorated with multi-lobed floral composition having the "Wheel of life" pattern in the center.The bowl previously was tinned on the surface ,but part of it is gone in time.
Status: Available
Brass Healing Bowl-723
Provenance: From Persia.
Dimensions: Height 3.5cm, Dia. of the top 17cm, W.of the base 7cm.
Age: At least 150-200 years old,if not more.
Owner: Not mentioned.
Info: This medicinal bowl has the traditional Safavid Era form The entire inner section is dedicated for "Esma-ul Hüsna" ,"the beautiful names given to the God". The very circular center of the bowl is dedicated for the prayer called "İhlas Sura".On the outer section of the bowl,in the large band "Ayet-El Kürsi" is read.Within the beautifully formed intersecting circles, "Esma-i Hüsna" is worth noticing.
Status: Available
Copper Bowl-827
Provenance: From the city of Tebriz, Iran.
Dimensions: Height 8 cm, Width of the base 12.5 cm, W.of the top 11 cm.
Age: At least 125-150 years old.
Owner: Not mentioned.
Info: It is made of copper and tinned on the surface.It's form is unique,giving us the reference to the archaic terracota forms of the B.C.years.The surface is embellished with etched and floral patterns and blank rosettes around the neck.
Status: Available
Copper Bowl-820
Provenance: From the city of Tebriz, Iran.
Dimensions: Height 7 cm ,Width of the base 6cm , Diameter of the top 10cm.
Age: At least 100-125 years old, if not more.
Owner: The inscription reads as "Bukh" in Persian.
Info: The piece is made of copper ,tinned on the surface.It has got such a delicate form of an archaic Terracota .It is hard to find bowls this small and heavy .The concentric rings are decorating the body.
Status: Available
Copper Covered Bowl-851-A
Provenance: From the Interior part of Anatolia.
Dimensions: Height 26 cm, Width of the base 16 cm, W.of the opening 19 cm.
Age: At least 125-150 years,if not more.
Owner: Owner is mentioned in Armenian scripts.
Info: It is made of copper,tinned on the surface.The owner's name is mentioned on the edge of the bottom part of the piece.
Status: Available
Brass Healing Bowl-686
Provenance: From Persia.
Dimensions: Height 5cm , Width of the top 16cm , Width of the base 8cm.
Age: At least 125-150 years old.
Owner: Not mentioned.
Info: The entire surface of this healing bowl is dedicated for the prayers of the "Yasin Sura".As it is mentioned underneath the bowl,it goes as "Ayet-i Shifa Nasru Min Allah".
Status: Available
Copper Deep Bowl-795
Provenance: From the Interior part of Anatolia.
Dimensions: Height 10 cm, Width of the base 7 cm, W.of the opening 11 cm.
Age: It is dated to 1215 in Lunar year,which equals to 1800.
Owner: "Sahibi Osman",the owner.
Info: It is made of tinned copper, decorated with a large cartouch filled with Ottoman scripts, framed by elegant "tree of life" patterns.
Status: Available
Copper Deep Bowl-832
Provenance: From the North-Western part of Anatolia.
Dimensions: Height 11.5cm, Width of the base 9 cm,W.of the opening 16 cm.
Age: It is dated to 1213 in Lunar year, which equals to 1798.
Owner: "Molla Hüseyin Beyfendi"
Info: It is made of copper,tinned on the surface.The owner's name is framed within the cartouch.
Status: Available
Wine-Bowl-708
Provenance: Isfahan-Persia
Dimensions: H. 2.5 cm Width of the top
Age: It is either late Safavid or early Kajar Era make.
Owner: Not mentioned
Info: This excellent wine-bowl is made of bronze.The form of it reminds us the Terracota forms of Objects produced during B.C. Era.-The inner section has the concentric rings with a dot in the middle.The outer section is embellished; first ,with combinations of concentric rings in relief which adds an extraordinay visiual delight to humane eyes, second the beatiful poetic lines taken from the great Persian Poet," Sadi of Shiraz ",are appearing in picturesque style within the three bands, on the bowl.In addition to the above,the whole piece is still keeping a beautiful patina on its surface.
Status: Available
Copper Bowl- 775
Provenance: From the Interior part of Anatolia.
Dimensions: Height 4cm , Width of the base 14cm , Width of the top 14cm.
Age: At least 125-150 years old.
Owner: Not mentioned.
Info: It is made of copper ,tinned on the surface.The two cartouches running all around the bowl are filled with semi-sacred wishings for those who might possibly drink water from it.The inscriptions are in Ottoman .
Status: Available
Copper Bowl-805
Provenance: From the Interior part of Anatolia.
Dimensions: Height 9.5 cm, Width of the base 10 cm, W.of the opening 20 cm.
Age: Dated to 1907.
Owner: Mentioned in Armenian scripts.
Info: It is made of copper,tinned on the surface.The piece is decorated with beautifully executed floral scrolls.
Status: Available
Copper Bowl 852-A
Provenance: Ayntap-today's Gaziantep, in the South-Eastern part of Anatolia.
Dimensions: Height: 5 cm, Diameter of the top:16 cm, Width : 8.5 cm
Age: Late Ottoman Era.At least 100-125 years old,if not more.
Owner: Not mentioned.
Info: As it is mentioned in the master's seal, both in Armenian and Ottoman scripts,"Sarkis Çemberciyan" who did the work in the city of Ayntap.It is one of the multi-functional form of a bowl used for serving soup,water,yoghurt etc.Sarkis Çemberciyan belonged to a large number of legendary Armenian copper and silversmiths of Ayntap.These masters have attracted the collectors for a long while.
Status: Available
Copper Bowl 849-A
Provenance: From the city of Gaziantep,South-Eastern part of Anatolia.
Dimensions: Height 12 cm, Width of the base 8.5 cm, W.of the opening 16cm.
Age: Between 125-150 years old.
Owner: Not mentioned.
Info: This high-footed bowl which gives a beautiful visual appearance,has its maker's name on the upper part of the body,as seen in the picture.The name of the maker is "Yeğişe Nalbant",an Armenian.
Status: Available
Copper Wine Bowl-817
Provenance: Isfahan,Persia
Dimensions: Height :11 cm, Width of the top: 18 cm.
Age: From the 17th Century.
Owner: Not mentioned
Info: "A copper wine-bowl with rounded sides curving inwards at the top.It is made of thick-walled copper and that helped to survive all the way to our days. The epigraphic band that runs on the neck is divided into four-4- sections separated by rosettes bearing "Fleur-de- lys " as a floral pattern within two vertical Y-shaped architectural design. The tight-knit chain pattern defining the upper and lower borders of the neck. On the main body,intersecting arch patterns with cross-hatchings and floral designs show downwards hangings of blossoms of buds, like pendants. The inscriptions are written in Nastaliq script of good quality from a professional hand. The Four-4- cartouches enclose two distiches from a famous Ghazal by Hafez of Shiraz, Persia.Half of the 4th cartouche is dedicated to stylized Arabesques. The Ghazal from Hafez running on the neck of the bowl in today's alphabet and the translation. 1-"Saki bennure bade berafruz" 1-"Oh, cup-bearer,shine my bowl with the heavenly light of wine" 2-Motrep begu ke kare cehan, shot bekame ma" 2-"Oh, you the musician,tell everyone that Earthly issues proceeded in the directions I wanted" 3-Sakiya barkhizo dardeh, gam ra" 3-"Oh, the cup-bearer stand up and hand me the bowl of wine" 4-"Khak ber ser kon game eyyam ra" 4-"And cover all the sorrows with earth so that you free yourself from them"
Status: Available
Copper Deep Bowl-794
Provenance: From the Western part of Anatolia.
Dimensions: Height 11.5 cm,Width of the base 10 cm,W.of the opening 16cm.
Age: It is dated to 1263 in Lunar year,which equals to 1846.
Owner: "Hazinedarzade Ayşe Hanım","Ayşe, daughter of the Treasurer."
Info: A deep copper bowl in conical shape with an inverted top,tinned on the surface,sitting on a high pedestal.Used as yoghurt or soup bowl in the past.
Status: Available
Brass Wine-Bowl-711
Provenance: From Isfahan, Persia
Dimensions: Height 3.cm , Width of the top 9.5 cm
Age: From Kajar Era of Persia
Owner: Not mentioned
Info: It is an excellent brass artfact as a wine bowl .The inner section of the piece is decorated with two concentric rings in relief.The outer section has combinations of concentric rings in relief ,creating three noticable bands of which the first and the third one are decorated with Arabesque in scrolls.The second and also the larger band has much more intricate composition of the "Sitting People" in different directions under the trees ,having fun.
Status: Available
Copper Wine-Bowl-823
Provenance: Kashan Area-Persia
Dimensions: 3.5 cm. X 10.5 cm
Age: It is Kajar Era Make
Owner: Not mentioned
Info: A beautiful object in copper from Persia.The inner section of the piece is decorated with concentric rings having a dot in the center.The outer part is divided into three sections.The band under the rim of the bowl is hosting the Poetical Lines in picturesque style of "Sadi of Shiraz", the great poet of Persia.Each of these four (4) lines are interrupted by four(4) rosettes.The next and the largest section is equally divided into 16 Almond designs of which eight (8) are for actual Almond fruit in relief and the other eight (8) have visual descriptions of various figures, Male and Female.The very bottom part has a "lion chasing a Gazelle" very much similar to the scenes in traditional Miniature Art. Previously, the bowl was tinned on the surface ,but part of it is gone in time.-
Status: Available
Copper Bowl-776
Provenance: From the Interior part of Anatolia.
Dimensions: Height 4cm , W. of the base 14.cm , Diameter of the top 14cm
Age: It is at least 125-150 years old.
Owner: Not mentioned.
Info: It is made of copper,previously tinned on the surface ,but not much of it is left on the surface.The inner section as well as on the outer part, the existence of two cartouches filled with semi-sacred wishes for those who would drink water from it.The inner section has also some of these good wishes for the users.
Status: Available
Brass Healing Bowl-688
Provenance: From the Interior part of Anatolia.
Dimensions: Height 5cm ,W.of the top 16cm,W.of the base 8.5cm
Age: It is dated to 1265 in Lunar year which equals to 1848.
Owner: "Mahdezi Yeğiya",an Armenian.It means "Yeğiya the pilgrim".
Info: On the edge of this healing bowl, "Ayet-El Kürsi", on the inner section "Nas Sura " and "Fetih Sura" can be read. On the outer section of the bowl it is the "Fatiha Sura" taking place.
Status: Available