عنوان مقاله [English]
Glassaware and Ceramic Museum in Iran locates on Si-e Tir (30th Tir) Street in Tehran. It includes one of the richest collections in Iran and houses glassware and pottery artworks from different eras. The museum consists of five art exhibition halls. Among the artworks available in this museum, the potteries which are kept in the golden hall of this complex deserve special attention. Among these potteries, there are six samples of lusterware which have not been independently analyzed before. Evidences show that the origin and date of construction of these artworks have not been properly presented. Therefore, due to the importance of these works, the present study aims to review the chronology of these vessels using a descriptive-historical approach with references to library sources and case citations to other similar samples on the website of museums, which have been dated by prominent researchers and experts. In addition, it tries analyze the similarities of form and motifs with through comparative approaches via comparative tables. Hence, the most important questions of this research are associated with the time period and fabrication center of these works. Based on the present findings, from a historical and spatial perspective, the lustre pottery samples available in Glassaware and Ceramic Museum of Iran represent the style and technique of artworks fabricated in Kashan from the late sixth century AH to the early seventh century AH.