Mamluk Glass 1250-1400CE (Egypt)

The Mamluks were a slave army that ruled the territory broadly contiguous with Egypt and Syria from 1250-1508CE. Under their rule, glass-making reached new heights of sophistication and design. The exhibition features 28 exquisite pieces chosen from eleven museum spread across eight countries.

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