Aquamanile (Ram-shaped Ewer), 13th-14th C CE3D Model
Aquamanile (Ram-shaped Ewer), 13th-14th C CE, now in the collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
From the aquamanile’s description on artsmia.org:
‘Although round ceramic sculpture is relatively rare in Islamic art, decorated figures in both metal and ceramic ware were popular in Iran and Turkey during Seljuk rule. The bull shape…was the most common, but camel, ram, and lion-shaped vessels have survived as well.’
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