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Morocco, Fez, 18th century Large bowl with horizontal rim, on high pedestal, in polychrome earthenware, decorated with a central rose in a circular medallion with twisted rim, and on the walls of a double frieze of carnations and a floral band. Wavy pattern border. Two original suspension holes in the heel. Expert L.S. Ø: 41.5 cm Public sale Ader Picard Tajan, Islamic Art, Paris Hôtel Drouot, 18 November 1988, lot 77. Exhibition catalog: CERAMICS FROM THE ISLAMIC WORLD 8TH - 18TH CENTURY, Münich, 4-28 April 1989, beim Herausgeber, 1989, p. 104, cat. 37. An eighteenth-century dish with very similar decoration measuring 39.5 cm in diameter is in the Hetjens-Museum in Düsseldorf (Bernd Hakenjos, Marokkanische Keramik, exhibition catalog Düsseldorf and Stuttgart, 1987-88, Stuttgart, 1988, cat. 57, p. 91) Long crack, originally held in place by a staple, of which a hole remains on both sides at the level of the floral band, a few chips especially at the rim and the foot
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