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Mosque lamp (Mamluk, Syria or Egypt, 14th century). "This enamelled glass lamp was made for the madrasa of Sultan al-Malik al-Zahir Abu Sa’id Barquq. Around the neck is written part of Sura 24, Verse 35, of the Holy Qur’an”.  (Museum of Islamic Art in Qatar via http://www.mia.org.qa/en/visiting/mia-tours/year-of-light-3)

Mosque lamp (Mamluk, Syria or Egypt, 14th century). "This enamelled glass lamp was made for the madrasa of Sultan al-Malik al-Zahir Abu Sa’id Barquq. Around the neck is written part of Sura 24, Verse 35, of the Holy Qur’an”. (Museum of Islamic Art in Qatar via http://www.mia.org.qa/en/visiting/mia-tours/year-of-light-3)

Mosque-lamp made of gilded glass. Made for Sultan Hasan (Mamluk period, Egypt). c1350AD

Mosque-lamp made of gilded glass. Made for Sultan Hasan (Mamluk period, Egypt). c1350AD

A MAMLUK-STYLE ENAMELLED & GILDED CLEAR GLASS MOSQUE LAMP  Probably France, second half 19th Century  Of typical form, the angled rounded body with high flaring conical mouth on spreading trumpet foot, three applied loop handles around the body, the body with a band of blue thuluth calligraphy against a polychrome scrolling leafy ground, a band of triangular interlace panels above alternating with blue lotus roundels on a gilt floral ground, the underside with cusped arched panels...

A MAMLUK-STYLE ENAMELLED & GILDED CLEAR GLASS MOSQUE LAMP Probably France, second half 19th Century Of typical form, the angled rounded body with high flaring conical mouth on spreading trumpet foot, three applied loop handles around the body, the body with a band of blue thuluth calligraphy against a polychrome scrolling leafy ground, a band of triangular interlace panels above alternating with blue lotus roundels on a gilt floral ground, the underside with cusped arched panels...

Mosque Lamp of Amir Ahmad al-Mihmandar Object Name: Mosque lamp Date: ca. 1325 Geography: Egypt or Syria Culture: Islamic Medium: Glass, colorless with brown tinge; blown, folded foot, applied wick holder and handles, enameled and gilded

Mosque Lamp of Amir Ahmad al-Mihmandar Object Name: Mosque lamp Date: ca. 1325 Geography: Egypt or Syria Culture: Islamic Medium: Glass, colorless with brown tinge; blown, folded foot, applied wick holder and handles, enameled and gilded

AN ENAMELLED CLEAR GLASS MOSQUE LAMP  20TH CENTURY  Of typical Mamluk form with sloping rounded body and flaring mouth on spreading trumpet foot, six simple loop handles around the body, the surface enamelled in various colours with a band of Iznik style carnation floral sprays, the neck with a band of white stylised naskh calligraphy interrupted by cusped carnation spray cartouches, the foot with a band of scrolling flowering vine, minor meandering bands  11in. (28cm.) high

AN ENAMELLED CLEAR GLASS MOSQUE LAMP 20TH CENTURY Of typical Mamluk form with sloping rounded body and flaring mouth on spreading trumpet foot, six simple loop handles around the body, the surface enamelled in various colours with a band of Iznik style carnation floral sprays, the neck with a band of white stylised naskh calligraphy interrupted by cusped carnation spray cartouches, the foot with a band of scrolling flowering vine, minor meandering bands 11in. (28cm.) high

A MAMLUK STYLE ENAMELED AND GILDED GLASS MOSQUE LAMP. PERHAPS SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY AND FRENCH.

A MAMLUK STYLE ENAMELED AND GILDED GLASS MOSQUE LAMP. PERHAPS SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY AND FRENCH.

Mosque Lamp of Sultan Barquq | Islamic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mosque Lamp of Sultan Barquq | Islamic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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