A late 19th century Mamluk style ceramic basin, attributed to Collinot & Cie
A late 19th century Mamluk style ceramic basin, attributed to Collinot & Cie

A late 19th century Mamluk style ceramic basin, attributed to Collinot & Cie

1860 to 1880 France

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An impressive enamelled ceramic basin in the Mamluk style attributed to Collinot & Cie, of typical flared form, decorated with a monumental calligraphic inscription interspersed with colourful alternating geometric and hunting medallions, all set against a deep blue background, the rim with a band of simplified palmettes and a further border of running deer amidst scrolling floral decoration.

This form of basin was inspired by gold and silver-inlaid metal basins produced in Fatimid and Mamluk Egypt and Syria from the 12th through to the 15th century.



Dimensions
Height 23.50 cm (9.25 inches)
Diameter 50.00 (19.69 inches)
Stock Code
D024
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