On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 205

Tin-glazed bowls may have been made in imitation of white Chinese stoneware. Muslim ceramists added decorations in cobalt blue, demonstrating the fine quality of the glaze. The decorative inscription, off-center to the left, states that the ceramicist was named Suhayl.

Bowl, Earthenware; painted in color on opaque white (tin) glaze

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