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Date Made/Found: 1800-1899
Material and Medium: Brass
Dimensions: Overall: 136 × 170mm (5 3/8 × 6 11/16in.)
Department: Decorative Art
Accession Number: L85.60
This is a brass vase made in Persia (modern day Iran), probably in the 1800s. The vase has a round base and pedestal. The lip is engraved with an inscription and figures. The body is engraved with hunting and war scenes, with human figures carrying staffs and one bear. This object was digitised as part of the Objects in 3D project funded by JISC.
Display Location: In Store
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