Unique TAHITIAN PEARL STATEMENT RING in sculpted Arabesque band with green sapphires by TresorsDuJour on Etsy #TahitianPearlRing #UniquePearlRing
Porcelain bowl with flaring sides and deep foot, decorated in underglaze cobalt blue. Squared spirals at foot and rim, with separated lotus petals on the lower part of the body. Medallion on inside centre surrounded by flower heads and an arabesque band.
Porcelain bowl with flaring sides and deep foot, decorated in underglaze cobalt blue. Squared spirals at foot and rim, with separated lotus petals on the lower part of the body. Medallion on inside centre surrounded by flower heads and an arabesque band. (Ming dynasty)
Russell Pinch nods ever so slightly to classical Arabian design elements in the subtlest of arabesques that bracket the mirror's clean oval shape. Mirror is framed with a slim band of solid oak, stained light brown walnut. Hangs horizontally over a sofa or sideboard, or vertically for a full-length view.
A MINA'I POTTERY CAT CENTRAL IRAN, CIRCA 1200 Crouching on flat base, the head with pricked ears, long nose and irregular eyes, the thick body with moulded legs, a vertical spout with loop handle rising from the neck, the rump with small double spout, the white ground decorated with natural features, human figures, harpies and arabesques within blue-outlined panels, the main spout with black arabesque band
AMERICAN PARCEL-GILT SILVER JAPANESE-STYLE ICE BOWL, Tiffany Co., the walruses probably modeled by Eugene J. Soligny, 1877
This is beautiful little salt glazed teapot manufactured by Wedgwood in Etruria c.1820. It is molded with roses and anthemions in an arabesque band with a dog finial. Noted as ‘shape 66’ in their 1817 catalog, see A Directory of British Teapots by Michael Berthoud and Richard Maskell, page 243, plate 1456.
Marokkanisches Muster in blau und grün
Band of blue velvet decorated with arabesques in application. Italian work of the Sixteenth Century. (Collection of 51. Arondel).
Arabesque wedding band in 18ct yellow gold - $2400