10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QALAMDAN»
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Jadīd Al-Islām: The Jewish "new Muslims" of Meshhed
Every pupil had to bring with him a few sheets of paper and a qalamdan, a small
oblong box containing pens made of reed (qalam ney) with a small inkwell, davat
, containing viscous black ink, murakkab. The ink was made of gum Arabic, ...
Saints and Saviours of Islam
The Kings of Kashmir made them prominent in Kashmir by assigning them a
prevalent place. Zainul-'Abidin invited, for example, artisans from Samarqand like
Sahaf, Kakaz Saz, Qaleen Bauf, Jild-Saz, Qalamdan saz, Hakak, Muharkun and ...
Hamid Naseem Rafiabadi, 2005
This qalamdan is one of the few surviving items of 17th-century lacquerware. Its
decoration involves a combination of foliate ornament and calligraphic
inscriptions. The main role is played by the Arabic inscriptions in the five
cartouches on the ...
Vladimir Lukonin, Anatoly Ivanov, 2012
Ars Orientalis: The Arts of Islam and the East
This could have happened also with the work on the Qalamdan. Then we could
ascribe to Umar son of Fadl only the inscriptions on the Qalamdan with their
immediate frames where the inlay is used in connection with the inscriptions.
Penners, Etuis and Writing Compendia: Early Portable Writing ...
Early Portable Writing Equipment from 1700 to 1850 Jim Marshall, Pen & Pencil
Gallery. fig 88a. The comparison of genuinely old distressed qalamdan with new
examples. It is easy to judge from hinges, engraving and 'solder'! fig 92. Persian ...
Jim Marshall, Pen & Pencil Gallery, 2008
Lost treasures of Persia: Persian art in the Hermitage Museum
240 Qalamdan (pen-case). Late 17th cEnTURY Papicr-mâchi, painted and
lacquered. 23.3 x З8 x 3.5 cm. The Hermitage, St Petersburg. Inv. No. VR-125.
Transferred 1925 from the museum attached to the former Stieglitz School of
Vladimir Grigorʹevich Lukonin, Anatoliĭ Alekseevich Ivanov, Gosudarstvennyĭ Ėrmitazh (Russia), 1996
Eros and Sexuality in Islamic Art
Located on the cover of a papier-maché pen box (qalamdan) produced in early
eighteenth-century Iran, the composition features a sequence of three amorous
couples in an idyllic, verdant landscape.2 Although scenes of romance had ...
Francesca Leoni, Mika Natif, 2013
Grove Encyclopedia of Islamic Art & Architecture: ...
125–54 M. Karimzadah Tabrizi: Qalamdan va sayir-i sanayi-i rawghni-i Iran [
Qalamdan and Persian lacquer-work] (London, 2000) M. Nasseripour and C.
Parham: “Lacquerwork,” Splendour of Iran, ed. N. Pourjavady (London, 2001), pp
Muqarnas: An Annual on the Visual Culture of the Islamic World
L. T. Giuzalian, “The Bronze Qalamdan (Pen-Case) 542/ 1148 from the
Hermitage Collection (1936–1965),” Ars Orientalis 7 (1968): 118. Baer,
Metalwork in Medieval Islamic Art, 208. Although the entry in the auction
catalogue (see n.
Gülru Necipoğlu, Julia Bailey, 2005
Oriental Manuscripts, Miniatures and Works of Art
Lot 231 (reduced) 230 Persian lacquer penbox (qalamdan) . the top and sides
with nightingales perched upon branches of red roses and apple blossoms, on a
gold-sprinkled green ground, gilt edges, drawer and underside decorated with ...
Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co, 1983
5 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «QALAMDAN»
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Writing finesse decorates artefacts
The engraving of an entire landscape on a Qalamdan (pen case) from 1844 AD and a metal Stamp with ivory handle from 1888 CE emphasise the significance ... «Deccan Herald, May 15»
Art of Lettering
Qalamdan is a pen case intricately designed with golden motifs of leaves and flowers and the Nastaliq script of the Persian language — depicting how the ... «The Indian Express, May 15»
'Gandhigiri' to save Mir Taqi Mir's memorial
... fruit sellers and rag-pickers. Even the wooden Qalamdan (pen stand) and the replica of a book placed in memory of the poet have gone missing. «Times of India, Apr 15»
A Sweeping Look at More Than 4 Centuries of Jewelry From India
The earliest piece in the collection is a Qalamdan, a pen case with inkwell used to hold quills and ink, made around 1570, a highly symbolic object used in the ... «New York Times, Nov 13»
Scrabble is so annoying now, innit
You can then put down QINDAR* or QIGONG** or QALAMDAN*** without previously having had the foggiest idea that they existed, let alone what they meant. «Daily Mail, Mar 13»