Perfume bottle, 13th century

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Mamluk artists excelled in creating gilded and enameled glass, and their wares were unrivaled during the peak of their production, the fourteenth century. A particularly popular Mamluk shape was this type of perfume sprinkler, with a long cylindrical neck and flattened globular body that was both stylish and functional.

Perfume bottle
10 1/4 in. (26.04 cm)
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