|Description||Decorated with all-over geometric designs in green, red, and blue on a white ground, this pitcher has a bulbous body, narrow neck, and curved handle. This pitcher is an example of "Kütahya ware," an important pottery center of Turkey. It borrows the form of a "Rhodian" jug, so-called after the Greek city of Rhodes, the primary site of excavation of pitchers of this type. Safavid period, 1600-1699 AD|
|Dimensions||H-8.5 Dia-5 inches|
|Year Range from||1600.0|
|Year Range to||1700.0|
16th century AD
17th century AD
|Exhibition and Publication History||
*"Queens College Art Collection," 1960, #221.
*The Grandeur of Islamic Art in Image and Object, GTM, February 13 - May 31, 2007. Lisa Brody, Co-Curator.