Mosque Lamps Photos

Lamps made to hang in Muslim mosques are usually of blown glass in a distinctive shape covered with colored designs including Arabic words.

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Enameled & gilded glass mosque lamp from Egypt at Smithsonian Freer Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Islamic hanging mosque lamp at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Glass mosque lamp from Egypt or Syria at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Glass mosque lamp probably from Egypt at Toledo Glass Pavilion. Toledo, OH.
Enameled & gilded glass mosque lamp (c1360) from Egypt at Smithsonian Freer Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Islamic hanging mosque lamp (c1350) (probably Damascus) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Glass mosque lamp (13-14th C) from Egypt or Syria at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Glass mosque lamp probably from Egypt (c1350) at Toledo Glass Pavilion. Toledo, OH.
French mosque lamp by Philippe-Joseph Brocard of Paris at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Viennese mosque lamp by Johann Machytka & Franz Schmoranze for J.&L. Lobmeyr at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Moorish-style glass vases by J.&L. Lobmeyr of Vienna & mosque lamp by Philippe-Joseph Brocard of Paris at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
French mosque lamp (c1870-80) by Philippe-Joseph Brocard of Paris at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Viennese mosque lamp (c1800-85) by Johann Machytka & Franz Schmoranze for J.&L. Lobmeyr at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Moorish-style glass vases (1870s) by J.&L. Lobmeyr of Vienna & mosque lamp (c1890) by Philippe-Joseph Brocard of Paris at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.

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