Marking: -Sticker on foot: P.1849/1 -Sticker on foot: 81.15.61 Met
[ Tabbagh Frères, Paris and New York, until 1913; sold to MMA]
Ann Arbor. University of Michigan. "The Meeting of Two Worlds: The Crusades and the Mediterranean Context," May 9, 1981–September 27, 1981, no. 18.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Transformed: Medieval Syrian and Iranian Art in the Early 20th cent.," February 10, 2016–July 17, 2016, no catalogue.
Dimand, Maurice S. A Handbook of Mohammedan Decorative Arts. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1930. pp. 158, 160, ill. fig. 96 (b/w).
Dimand, Maurice S. A Handbook of Muhammadan Art. 2nd rev. and enl. ed. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1944. p. 192, ill. fig. 123 (b/w).
Jenkins-Madina, Marilyn, Suzanne G. Valenstein, and Julia Meech-Pekarik. "The Metropolitan Museum of Art." In Oriental Ceramics: The World's Great Collections. vol. 12. Tokyo: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1977. ill. pl. 249 (b/w), interior and profile.
Bornstein, Christine Verzar. "The Crusades and the Mediterranean Context." In The Meeting of Two Worlds. Ann Arbor, 1981. no. 18, pp. 40-41, ill. p. 40 (b/w).
Artist: Date: late 12th–first half 13th century Accession Number: 48.113.5 Date: late 12th–first half 13th centuryMedium: Stonepaste; underglaze painted in blue and turquoise, luster-painted on transparent glazeAccession: 48.113.5On view in:Gallery 454