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Artefacts - Iran (1 to 20 of 53)

Artefact 19th Century Persian Ottoman Miniature Painting Falconer Rifle Swords Daggers 19th Century Persian Ottoman Miniature Painting Falconer Rifle Swords Daggers
Link 20th century. Watercolor on silk depicting noblemen on horseback, finely framed with Closson's label
Artefact A King Hawking Hawk Chasse au Faucon Fauconnerie by Muhammad Riza Mughal A King Hawking Hawk Chasse au Faucon Fauconnerie by Muhammad Riza Mughal
Link A mounted prince with a hawk , ca. 1650–1699 - style of Muin Musavvir
Link Album de peintures, Arabe 6076. Paintings executed in Iran, including Qazvin and Isfahan, the 16th,
Link Allahvardi Khan out hawking by ca 1660
Link Allahvardi-khan out hawking c1660
Link Ancient Falconry by Dr.Keith Dobney
Artefact Antique Drawing-MUGHAL-KHAN-FALCONRY-India-20 th. c. Antique Drawing-MUGHAL-KHAN-FALCONRY-India-20 th. c.
Link Beizjagd auf Gazellen in Persien, Iran, Falken, Original-Holzstich von ca.1870
Link Bird Lore in Southwestern Iran by Grace Goodell
Link Bowl Depicting a Falconer and Four Pairs of Seated Figures, 12th-13th century. Fritware, covered wit
Artefact Boy with a hawk - Kajari painting. Persia. End of 18th cernury. Boy with a hawk - Kajari painting. Persia. End of 18th cernury.
Link Chasse a la gazelle en Perse. Gazellenjagd in Persien. Reiter zu Pferde, daneben ein Falkner und 2 J
Artefact Chekhilsotun Palace in Isfahan, Persia in 15th century Chekhilsotun Palace in Isfahan, Persia in 15th century
Link Chinese reverse-glass portrait of a falconer, China, 18-19th centuries
Artefact Curtain design for Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov's ballet "Sheherezade" 1910 vy Valentin Serov Curtain design for Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov's ballet "Sheherezade" 1910 vy Valentin Serov
Link Falcon (brass incence burner) in Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar
Book Falconry in Persia in Iranian "Science of Nature" magazine for Spring 2015 Falconry in Persia in Iranian "Science of Nature" magazine for Spring 2015
Link Figure 8: Standing falconer with broken arms. Stucco with traces of red, blue and black paint. Iran,

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