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Contadini, Anna
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
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    • (London: Azimuth Editions, 200l), 182-90,
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    • The ArlofTurkish Weaving: Designs throl'9h
    • Redhouse Press, 1988). 28; Carlo Maria
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    • M. Rogers, ed. and tran$., 1ht Topkapi Saroy
    • Thamesand Hudson, 19861. IS), fCluno
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    • Weaving, 19; Atasoy et aI., Iptk, 156. 22. For a discussion of the floral motifs
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    • florence, inv. Franchetti 99. See Suriano
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    • fig. 2.14. 28. See note 55, below, for references. 29· V&A, inv. no. 4301·1857. See A. S.
    • the Iranian World, 8-18th Centuries (London:
    • Her Majesty·s Stationery Office, 1982),
    • 321-32, no. 1~6 and the entry by A.R.£.
    • North in Europa und der Orrent 800-1900,
    • Lexikon Verlag, 1989), 606, no. 4/104. 30. The bronze (gun metal) candlestick
    • probably brass. 31. British Museum, OA 78 .12.30.735,
    • Henderson Bequest, H., 37.8 cm. Sheila
    • 1501-17~2 (London: British Museum Press,
    • 1999), 110, col. pI. 98. )2. Two silver beakers of this type are
    • Johann Adolf Lambrecht ca. 1675, one in the
    • and Materials.8 Metropolitan Mustum
    • Journal 37 (200;r:): 112 and fig. 9. 3J. The beaker is from northern
    • "Migration," 112 and fig. 10. 34. Heitmann, "Migration," ll2, who
    • give a comparative example) . 35. These sets are in Washington DC,
    • National Gallery of Art, 1961.9.186·194. New
    • 17.190.926·961; and the Schrode r
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    • Renai.lsance. and Historicizing Style5
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    • Tradition (uiden: Brill, 2(12), 149-51, and
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    • Raby, "The Principle of Parsimony," 45.
    • probably copied in Syria, dated 619 (lll l),
    • Arabe 6094, fol. 167r; see Anna Contadini,
    • Hf1ly City in Context 1187-12.50, ed. Robert
    • AltajirTrust, 20(9), pI. 9.4. 38./ames W. Alian, "Venetian·Saracenic
    • primo simposio internozionale 1U//ilrte
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    • Metalwork in the 15th Century," in Venice
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    • in&, 2.01~). 40. Oleg Grabar, "Reflections on
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    • wert not tKClusive to this period. 41. London. V&A, inv. no. 132.5-1856.
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    • Publications, 2004), fig. 1Il. 42.. M, B, PiotrovskiI, and T. N.
    • GrotiSqut: 16th - and 17th·Century Grotesques
    • Hermitage Cf1lleclwn; Catalogue (Saint
    • Petersburg: Siaviia, 2.000). 43. For brief discussions on thtir
    • Museum of Art, 1<)98), 109"10: and
    • Ornamental Prints and Drawings 1500-1850.
    • National Galleries of Scotland, 1999). 44. For an overview of ornament
    • Metropoli tan Museum of An, 1981), 11-2.1.
    • published 15~o, now in the V&A, E.2.3S·1914
    • (this copy printed ca. 1570). shows designs
    • lhe acanthus leaf and molded decoration. 45./. M. Rogers, "Ornament Prints,
    • Burnett and Contadini. 46. David James, "More Qur 'Ansofthe
    • Mamluks," Manuscripta Oritntalia 13, no. 2
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    • Library, Sofia, February 1995. Sofia: SS Cyril
    • Department. 1995. 49-50, cat. 2.; James,
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    • Muqarnos 2.1 (2.004): 338. 50. Marina Btlouf$kaya, Lu.r1lry Arts of
    • Hudson, 2.005), 180. 51. However, now that the scholarly
    • COI15!'nsus is that lhey were not made in
    • Mahmud the Kurd: A Metal1llOrk;ng Enigma
    • 20(4),7-8.36-43; Doris Behrens·Aboustif,
    • Art," Mamluk Studies Review 9, nO.:I (2.005)
    • "Middle-Eastern Objects," 309-15. where
    • lhe term -Veneto·Saracenic" is avoided. 52.· For examples of these, see Auld,
    • RenaissallU Venict, 108- 40. 53. The Iranian provenance was already
    • Mttal1llOrk (London: British Museum, 1993),
    • IOl-3. Auld puts forwa rd the hypothesis
    • Auld, Renaissance Venice , 8-9 , and chap. 7,
    • see also Auld, "Master Mahmud," 218-19. 54. Auld, Renaissance Venice, 60. 55. Although other Islamic metal. . .ork
    • Beyond, BM Occasional Paper 109, ed. O. R.
    • Hook and D.R.M. Gaill1$ter (London:
    • British Museum Pre$S, 1995): and Susan La
    • see also Auld, Renaissance Venice, 60-61. 56. The Roman transliteration is not, as
    • Collection," Burlington MfUJozine 109, no.
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    • cat. no. 103; and Rosamond E. Mack, Bazaar
    • 1300-1600 [Berkeley: University of
    • California Press, 2002.], 214017), but rather
    • aI·mu 'allim ma.1tmUd yarju al-ml19hfira min
    • mauldhi). 57. Marco Spallanzani, Metalli iswmid a
    • per Edizioni 5<:elte, 2(10), 11-12, and n. 2.~. 58. Marco Spallanzani points out (ibid .,
    • 7-10) that lhe Florentine documents of the
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