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Ceramic ink-stand in the form of a kabba. Square base (a) has four internal cylindrical inkwells. Exterior has eight mihrab openings, two at each side. Lid (b) in form of domed roof with conical top. Ink-stand has ivory underglaze; floral and foliate motifs painted in turquoise, blue, yellow and purple enamels, outlined in black.
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Height: 16.50 centimetres (a + b)
Height: 9 centimetres (a)
Height: 9.50 centimetres (b)
Width: 10.50 centimetres (b)
Width: 12 centimetres (b)
- On display (G43/dc4)
- Good. Small chip from underside of lid. Top lid has been repainted after firing.
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- Acquisition notes
- Collected by Dr Barley (Ethno dept staff) during a period of fieldwork in Morocco in January-March 1992.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
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