The Mudejar were Muslims that were permitted to remain in Spain after a Christian king conquered the Iberian peninsula. Their culture inspired an Islamic style of art and architecture with intricate repeating patterns that is still seen in many historical sites across Spain today.
This bowl is from the 15th-16th century, and was found in the Manises area in Valencia, Spain. It has a tin glaze, which shines around the repeating pattern on its surface.
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