03 mai 2019

A Mamluk enamel and gilt decorated glass vessel, Egypt or Syria, 14th century

Lot 202. A Mamluk enamel and gilt decorated glass vessel, Egypt or Syria, 14th century; 7.5cm high x 17cm. Estimate: £10,000 - £12,000. Sold: £8,800. © Roseberys of deep form, the base with straight sides rising to a wide flange and narrow neck, the thick greenish glass enamelled in red, green, blue and yellow to body with a design of roundels containing gilt birds alternating with a design of flowers outlined with a blue enamelled cartouche, the flange with a floral design outlined in red... [Lire la suite]

03 mai 2019

A Mamluk inscribed enamelled and gilded glass wine boat, Egypt or Syria, 13th-14th century

Lot 201. A Mamluk inscribed enamelled and gilded glass wine boat, Egypt or Syria, 13th-14th century; 17cm. diam. x 8cm. high. Estimate: £12,000 - £15,000. Sold: £13500. © Roseberys of elongated form, the thick greenish glass with trail glass decoration extending from either side in a single line and opening out in two lines at base, the sides decorated with red enamel design of a roundel to centre containing an enamelled floral pattern in red, white, green, yellow and blue, gilt inscription band... [Lire la suite]
25 avril 2019

Two Mamluk underglaze-painted pottery tiles, Damascus, Syria, 15th Century

Lot 24. Two Mamluk underglaze-painted pottery tiles, Damascus, Syria, 15th Century; width of the larger 19.5 cm. Estimate: £2,000 - 3,000 (€ 2,300 - 3,500). © Bonhams 2001-2019 each of hexagonal form, decorated in cobalt-blue, turquoise and black, the first with a central rosette surrounded by floral sprays, the second with a spray consisting of four large palmette motifs issuing from leafy tendrils. Provenance: Sarl Marambat-de Malfosse, Toulouse, 23 June 2017, lot 3.Formerly in a private French... [Lire la suite]
25 avril 2019

A Mamluk underglaze-painted pottery tile, Damascus, Syria, 15th Century

Lot 23. A Mamluk underglaze-painted pottery tile, Damascus, Syria, 15th Century; width 19.5 cm. Estimate: £3,000 - 4,000 (€ 3,500 - 4,600). © Bonhams 2001-2019 of hexagonal form, decorated in cobalt-blue on a white ground with a six-pointed star, the central hexagon containing a flowerhead, the interstices with geometric motifs. Provenance: Sarl Marambat-de Malfosse, Toulouse, 23 June 2017, lot 3.Formerly in a private French collection, Toulouse. Bonhams. Islamic and Indian Art Including The Lion and... [Lire la suite]
25 avril 2019

Two Mamluk underglaze-painted pottery tiles, Damascus, Syria, 15th Century

Lot 22. Two Mamluk underglaze-painted pottery tiles, Damascus, Syria, 15th Century; width of the larger 19.9 cm. Estimate: £2,000 - 3,000 (€ 2,300 - 3,500). © Bonhams 2001-2019 each of hexagonal form decorated in cobalt-blue, turquoise and black, the first with a six-pointed star containing a floral motif, the second with a central rosette surrounded by floral sprays, each with turquoise border. Provenance: Sarl Marambat-de Malfosse, Toulouse, 23 June 2017, lot 3.Formerly in a private French... [Lire la suite]
25 avril 2019

A Mamluk underglaze-painted pottery tile, Damascus, Syria, 15th Century

Lot 21. A Mamluk underglaze-painted pottery tile, Damascus, Syria, 15th Century; width 19.5 cm. Estimate: £3,000 - 4,000 (€ 3,500 - 4,600). © Bonhams 2001-2019 of hexagonal form, decorated in cobalt-blue on a white ground with a cypress tree flanked by undulating foliate sprays. Provenance: Sarl Marambat-de Malfosse, Toulouse, 23 June 2017, lot 3.Formerly in a private French collection, Toulouse. Bonhams. Islamic and Indian Art Including The Lion and the Sun, Art from Qajar Persia, London, 30... [Lire la suite]

28 janvier 2019

A rare Mamluk sgraffito pottery bowl with lion of Baybars, Egypt, circa 1260-77 AD

Lot 179. A rare Mamluk sgraffito pottery bowl with lion of Baybars, Egypt, circa 1260-77 AD; 26cm height , 20cm max. diam. Estimate 15,000 — 25,000 GBP. Lot sold 18,750 GBP. Courtesy Sotheby's 2017.  of deep form with everted rim, on a short splayed foot, the earthenware body incised with white engobe, underglaze slip and inglaze-painted, featuring the lion of Baybars in the centre. Note: Inscriptions: Around the inner wall:‘One of what was made for the Exalted Amir…... [Lire la suite]
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14 décembre 2018

An early Mamluk silver-inlaid brass bowl, Egypt, 14th century

Lot 189. An early Mamluk silver-inlaid brass bowl, Egypt, 14th century; 5cm. height.; 16cm. diam. Estimate £12,000 - £18,000. © Sotheby's. with large silver-inlaid engraved calligraphic band between foliage, interspersed with four roundels containing seated figures, the underside engraved with a central stylised sun motif surrounded by six roundels containing figures, remnants of silver inlay, incised swimming fish to interior. Provenance: By repute, Count Don Enrico Lucchesi Palli, 11th... [Lire la suite]
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14 avril 2017

A Mamluk enamelled glass Sprinkler (omom), Probably Syria, 14th Century

Lot 92. A Mamluk enamelled glass Sprinkler (omom), Probably Syria, 14th Century. Estimate: £25,000 - 35,000 (€29,000 - 41,000). Photo: Bonhams. of inverted piriform on a large splayed foot with long tapering neck terminating in a raised band surmounted by a flaring rim, moulded with a band of paired foliate motifs surrounded by lines of circle motifs, the shoulder with a band of flowerheads and applied trails of aubergine glass forming a nine-pointed star - 26.7 cm. high ... [Lire la suite]
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09 mars 2015

Continental, English & Middle Eastern books and manuscripts to be offered at Bloomsbury Auctions

  A collection of 126 leaves from a 15th century illuminated Mamluk Qur’an. Estimate £12,000-18,000. Photo Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions. LONDON.- Bloomsbury Auctions present their sale of Continental, English & Middle Eastern Books & Manuscripts on Thursday 19th March in London at their saleroom in Mayfair. The sale charts the development of printing on the continent and in England, with works dating from the 1470s up until the 18th century.  Particularly in vogue after the release of... [Lire la suite]