E. Bibliography:


1.   Allan, James W.
    "Abu’l-Qasim", Iran XI (1973) 111-20
2.   Allan, James W.
    "Islamic Ceramics" in: Eastern Ceramics and other works from the collection of Gerald Reitlinger. Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, 1981)
    Shelfmark: EAL AWnc Oxf
3.   Bahrami, Mehdi,
    Gurgan Faiences. (Cairo, 1949)
4.   Ettinghausen, Richard,
    "Evidence for the identification of Kashan pottery", Ars Islamica III (1936) 44-76
5.   Ettinghausen, Richard,
    "The iconography of a Kashan Lustre-plate", Ars Orientalis IV (1961)
6.   Fehérvári, Geza,
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7.   Grübe, Ernst,
    "Some lustre painted tiles from Kashan", Oriental Art 8/4 (1962) 167-174
8.   Grübe, Ernst,
    "Iranian Stone-paste Pottery of the Saljuq period", in: Grübe, ed., Cobalt and Lustre. London, 1995.
9.   Mason, Robert,
    "Mediaeval Iranian Lustre-Painted and associated wares: Typology in a multidisciplinary study", Iran 35 (1997) 103-135
10.   Morgan, Peter,
    "Iranian Stone-paste Pottery of the Saljuq period. Types and techniques", in: Grübe, ed. Cobalt and Lustre. London, 1995. pp155-69
    Shelfmark: EAL BWnc Kha*
11.   Morgan, Peter,
    Persian Ceramics 1250-1350 AD. Gallery leaflet, Department of Eastern Art, Ashmolean Museum
12.   Spuler, B.,
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13.   Watson, Oliver,
    Persian Lustre Ware. (London, 1985)
14.   Maalouf, Amin,
    Samarkand. (London, 1994)
    Comments: This is good for getting the background and historical setting without too much pain! (this is in the Bodleian and most public libraries)
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