This is the first catalogue of blue and white Persian ceramics of the Safavid dynasty. It is a catalogue raisonnAc of the collection in the Victoria and Albert Museum, the largest in the world, consisting of over 500 ceramics mainly from the 17th and 18th centuries.In the Safavid period moulded patterns appear on the undecorated white part of dishes in Kraak style. Because of the awkward consistency of a Persian stone paste body, as explained in the technical analysis, most dishes would have had toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Persia and China|
|Author||:||Victoria and Albert Museum, Yolande Crowe|