A copper bowl that belonged to Zulaykha, a relative of Havva Sahami (Shawkat Karimi), mother-in-law of Parvin Saham-lashgari. Zulaykha gifted it to Parvin Saham-lashgari. It was used for the milking of cattle and sheep by children.
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- Date late 19th/early 20th century
According to Parvin Saham-lashgari (the daughter-in-law of Havva Sahami), [Hajar Khanum] mother-in-law of Havva Sahami, had 14 sons, 5 of whom survived. She gave 5 of these bowls to her older daughter-in-law, Havva, to give out to all her 5 daughter-in-laws. One of these was passed down to Zulaykha, daughter-in-law of one of these sons, and she gifted it to Parvin.
- Dimensions 13.5 x 26.5 cm
- Collections Saham-lashgari
- Repository Saham-Lashgari Collection
- Restrictions No Restrictions
- Accessed 8 April 2013
- Last Edited 17 May 2013
- Record no. 1267A12