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Inscription: In Arabic, Qur'anic inscriptions are organized into registers; the first is smaller and in the upper white border (sura 55:65-70), the second (sura 62:9) is the central inscription, which is larger and molded; and the third is located in the lower white border (sura 34:12-13).
Unknown; acquired by Museum by 1922
Wilkinson, Charles K. Iranian Ceramics. New York: Asia House Gallery, 1963. no. 66, pp. 8, 133, ill. pl. 66 (b/w).Carboni, Stefano, and Tomoko Masuya. Persian Tiles. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1993. no. 21b, p. 26, ill. (b/w).
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