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Persian Art painting womeninarthistory: Woman Holding a Diadem Origin: Iran, century, Qajar Dynasty Iranian Women, Iranian Art, Turbans, Qajar Dynasty, Hermitage Museum, Illustrations, Islamic Art, Art History, Henna

Woman Holding a Diadem -

This is one of the series of full-length paintings showing court beauties, intended for the decoration of the Iranian ruler's palace. The woman's costume is a good indication of the date this painting was produced. During the rule of Muhammad Shah European culture made even greater inroads into Iran and had a particularly strong effect on fashions. Iranian women began to wear broad skirts recalling European crinolines. Here this kind of skirt is combined with typically Iranian details of…

Made in India for export purpose-Persian Isfahan Qalamkar Blocked Print (Qajar Dynasty 1795 A.D) Circa 1850 Motif Paisley, Paisley Pattern, Pattern Art, Paisley Design, Paisley Print, Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Textile Art, Print Patterns

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Antique Persian Isfahan Qalamkar Blocked Print (detail). Qajar Dynasty 1795 -1925 A.D. Circa 1850.

During the reign of Fathali Shah and by his order, a great throne was made under… Silver Furniture, Antique Furniture, Iran Pictures, Qajar Dynasty, Ancient Persian, Iranian Art, Ancient Artifacts, Téhéran Iran, Carving

During the reign of Fathali Shah and by his order, a great throne was made under the supervision of Nezamoldoleh Mohammad Hossein Khan Sadr Isfahani, the governor of Isfahan, using gold and loose stones from the treasury. As a motif of the sun, encrusted with jewels, was used on the top of the throne, it became known as the Sun Throne. The throne was later called the Peacock Throne.

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Authentic Ancient Gold Coins for Sale

Authentic ancient Gold coins for sale. Roman, Byzantine, and Islamic gold, Los Angeles, California, USA****

Iran Nasir al Din Shah . Qajar Dynasty, The Shah Of Iran, Shiraz Iran, Sassanid, Persian Pattern, Gold And Silver Coins, Old Money, Iranian Art, Tehran

Briefmarken, Ganzsachen und Ansichtskarten

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Two panels of earthenware tiles, painted in polychrome glazes over a white glaze Iran; first half of century Each panel: H: W: cm Tile Murals, Tile Art, Tile Painting, Tile Patterns, Pattern Art, Motif Arabesque, Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art Pattern, Persian Pattern

Two panels of earthenware tiles painted with polychrome glazes over a white glaze. Qajar art, from the Qajar Dynasty of the late Persian Empire (1781-1925).

Iran-Qajar Enamel Water Pipe Bowl With Human Figures And Floral Motifs, Persia Ancient Persia, Ancient Art, Old Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Jewellery, Qajar Dynasty, Cradle Of Civilization, Persian Culture, Steel Art

ANDROPHILIA

ANDROPHILIA is a tumblelog dedicated to ARCHITECTURE, ART, DESIGN, FASHION, FOOD, NATURE,...

Cost Of Carpet Runners For Stairs Qajar Dynasty, Teheran, Purple Carpet, Red Carpet, Sassanid, Cost Of Carpet, Achaemenid, Ancient Persia, Persian Culture

A QAJAR ENAMELLED GOLD QALIAN BOWL , IRAN, MID 19TH CENTURY

IRAN, MID 19TH CENTURY

شمعدان سلام عید ، شمعدان طلا، آراسته به لعل، زمرد، یاقوت، شرابه‎های مروارید و آویز زمرد. این شمعدان با جفت خود، در آیین «سلام» عید نوروز در دو سوی تخت طاووس قرار داده می‌شد و اوایل قرن 19 میلادی ساخته شده است. Qajar Dynasty, Cyrus The Great, Cradle Of Civilization, Persian Pattern, Ancient Persia, Global Style, Royal Jewels, Equine Art, Islamic Art

شمعدان سلام عید ، شمعدان طلا، آراسته به لعل، زمرد، یاقوت، شرابه‎های مروارید و آویز زمرد. این شمعدان با جفت خود، در آیین «سلام» عید نوروز در دو سوی تخت طاووس قرار داده می‌شد و اوایل قرن 19 میلادی ساخته شده است.

Fat′h Ali Shah Qajar, king of Persia. While this beard is very impressive, if you look at the upper left hand corner, it looks like he taped it on. King Of Persia, Qajar Dynasty, Sassanid, Ancient Persian, Persian Culture, Hip Hop Art, Iranian Art, Islamic Art Calligraphy, Islamic World

Fat′h Ali Shah Qajar (Persian: فتح على شاه قاجار‎; var. Fathalishah, Fathali Shah, Fath Ali Shah; 5 September 1772 – 23 October 1834) was the second Qajar king of Iran.