Perfume sprinkler (Met)

Conserved at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

One emblem in the middle of the inscription: White upper and lower field white, red central field.

Glory for our master the Sultan, the King, the knowledgeable one, the just. 

Possible dating: l. 13th/e. 14th century

This emblem can be attributed to sultan al-Manṣūr Lājīn who ruled from 696/1296 to his death on 698/1299 but the titles on the inscription are not the same as the ones he used.

Dimensions: H. 8,7 cm

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Simon Rousselot (2020, February 18). Perfume sprinkler (Met). Mamluk Emblems Online Corpus. Retrieved June 15, 2024, from

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