ORIGIN: PERSIA A fine Persian Qajar lacquered papier-mâché pen box “qalamdan”. Iran, 19th centuryA fine Persian Qajar lacquered papier-mâché pen box “qalamdan”. Iran, 19th centuryA fine Qajar lacquered papier-mâché pen box (qalamdan). Probably Isfahan, Iran. Circa 1857 A.D.A fine ilkhanid Fars Brass figural bowl. Iran, 14th centuryA Safavid blue & white glazed ceramic dish. Iran, early 18th centuryA rare Safavid blue & white dish. Isfahan, Iran. 17th centuryA seljuk Turquoise glazed horse and rider. Kashan, Iran. 12th-13th centuryA large engraved and enamelled belt buckle. Iran, 18th centuryA group of Three Zand monochrome rose water glass ewers. Tabriz, Iran, 18th CenturyA rare Timurid ivory dagger or knife’s handle. Iran or Central Asia. Circa 14th-15th centuryBronze 5 spouted oil lamp in a feline shape. Khurasan- Persia. 12-13th Century.A large Ghurid terracotta panel. Herat, Afghanistan. 13th centuryA Seljuk silver Inlaid bronze bowl. Khorasan, Persia. 13th centuryA Seljuk figure of a Rat. Kashan -Persia. 13th centuryA Seljuk figure of a camel. Kashan -Persia. 13th century.An intact Seljuk bowl. Kashan -Persia. 13th century.A large timurid moulded squinch tile. Central Asia. 14th century.A Timurid “cuerda seca” pottery squinch tile. Samarkand- Central Asia. 14th centuryA Calligraphic Qajar Ceramic Tile. Iran, 19th Century.A Blue and White Underglaze Safavid Huqqa Base. Iran, 17th Century.A fine blown glass rosewater bottle. Tabriz- Iran, 18th century.A fine Persian Qajar “khatamkari” mosaic inlaid table. Iran, dated 1301 H/ 1883 ADA safavid polychrome “Kubachi” dish. Probably Tabriz, Iran. Circa 1600 AD.A Seljuk bronze bird shaped rosewater sprinkler. circa 1200A.D., Khorasan.A large Qajar glazed pottery tile depicting Merry and baby Jesus. Arminian community- Isfahan- Iran. Late 19th century.A fine Qajar enamelled huqqa cup “sarghalian”. Iran, circa 19th century.A Qajar lacquered spectacles case. Probably Isfahan, Iran. 19th centuryA safavid miniature painting of man holding a fawn. Isfahan, Iran-Circa 17th century.An exceptional Qajar lacquered Papier-mâché mirror case. Probably Isfahan- Iran. Circa 19th century.A fine brown glazed pottery jug with Kufic calligraphy. Nishapur, Iran. Circa 10th century.Lacquered carved wooden kashkul bowl. Abadeh- Iran. Circa 19th century.