Wall Tile with Lotus Blossom

c. 1300–50
Location: not on view
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Some of the design relief has been molded as well as being built up in the white slip.


One popular method of covering large wall sections with ceramic decoration was to combine star-shaped tiles with cross-shaped tiles.
Wall Tile with Lotus Blossom

Wall Tile with Lotus Blossom

c. 1300–50

Iran, probably Sultanabad, Ilkhanid period (1256–1353)

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