On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 451

The carved vine leaves, scrolls, border designs, and other details of this panel are typical of early Islamic woodcarving. The prominent six‑pointed star was a common decorative feature in Islamic art of all periods, as well as in Roman art.

Panel, Wood (teak); carved

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