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three tiles
  • Multan, Delhi Sultanate (present-day Pakistan)
  • three tiles, late 1400s, Lodi dynasty (1451–1526)
  • Where object was made: Multan, Delhi Sultanate (present-day Pakistan)
  • red clay, white slip, cobalt, translucent glaze
  • Object Height/Width: each 20 x 20 cm
  • Museum purchase: Helen Foresman Spencer Art Acquisition Fund
  • On view: Gallery 401 Cabinet C1
  • 2011.0045.01-3
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A photograph of three separate tiles put together to make one long horizontal image. Stems and flowers radiate from center of each tile which is a small, red square cross. When these tiles are put together, we notice two halves of a flora de lis symbol along the edge of each tile. The colors blue, turquoise, orange and white are used in these tiles.