Islamic Art

The Benaki Museum collection of Islamic art, which includes examples of all its local variations from as far as India, Persia, Mesopotamia, Asia Minor, the Middle East, Arabia, Egypt, North Africa, Sicily and Spain, ranks among the most important in the world.
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    • amulet
    • basin
    • bucket
    • coin
    • container
    • epigraph
    • fabric
    • mihrab
    • plate
    • small box
    • small plaque
    • objects of unknown function
    • type of written communication
    • type of document in terms of form
    • fixtures and fittings for buildings
    • currency title
    • personal items
    • vessel
    • Afghanistan
    • Africa
    • Egypt
    • Egypt(?)
    • Iran
    • Iraq
    • Iraq(?)
    • Paris
    • Spain
    • Spain(?)
    • Syria
    • Syria(?)
    • Turkey
    • Yemen
    • Asia
    • West Europe
    • France
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    • Abu Tahir
    • Ahmad ibn al-Sarraj
    • Ali ibn Umar ibn Ibrahim al-Shankari al-Mawsili
    • Ismail ibn Ward al-Mawsili
    • Iznik workshop
    • Mirak Hussein Yazdi
    • Mohalem family
    • Muhammad Tamir
    • workshop of Kutahya