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Title: TWO GLASS BOTTLES “CASE BOTTLE” FROM MUGHAL ERA AT TAREQ RAJAB MUSEUM, KUWAIT “STUDY AND FIRST PUBLISHED”
Author(s): Sameh EL-BANNA
Journal: SHEDET(Annual Peer-Reviewed Journal Issued By The Faculty Of Archaeology, Fayoum University)
Issue: 6 Date: 2019
Pages: 159-188
Cite as: Sameh EL-BANNA(2019).TWO GLASS BOTTLES “CASE BOTTLE” FROM MUGHAL ERA AT TAREQ RAJAB MUSEUM, KUWAIT “STUDY AND FIRST PUBLISHED”. SHEDET(Annual Peer-Reviewed Journal Issued By The Faculty Of Archaeology, Fayoum University), 6 (2019) pp. 159-188.10.36816/shedet.006.09

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TWO GLASS BOTTLES “CASE BOTTLE” FROM MUGHAL ERA AT TAREQ RAJAB MUSEUM, KUWAIT “STUDY AND FIRST PUBLISHED”


Sameh EL-BANNA


10.36816/shedet.006.09

This paper aims to study and publish two glass bottles known as the ‘case bottle’ from the Indian Mughal era (932-1237 H /1526-1858) to identify the name of this type, their use, the techniques and place of production. Both are part of the collection of Tareq Rajab Museum in Kuwait. The study also addresses the artistic features of the scenes and the decorative elements on the two bottles. It highlights the similarities and differences between the two bottles and other bottles from the same type, which are published or kept in public museums and private collections.
The paper addresses the subject through an introduction and five sections: Section 1: A descriptive study of the two bottles. Section 2: A study of the name and uses of the two bottles. Section 3: The production technique and the production centre for the two bottles. Section 4: Content analysis of the artistic features of the scenes and decorative elements on the two bottles. Section 5: A comparative study between the two bottles and other bottles from the same type that are published/ kept in other public museums and private collections. The study ends up with a conclusion detailing the results and an appendix of figures and plates.

KEYWORDS
Case bottle, Mould blown, Enamel, Gilding, Gujarat,Rajput paintings, Floral elements, Figural elements, Dutch coins.

 




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