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Lot 0272
**Originally Listed at $500**

Roman Empire, Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 2nd century CE. A delicate free-blown pale green glass vessel with a minute concave base, a spherical body that flows upwards into a very narrow neck ending in a trefoil lip, and an applied undulating trail handle. A single thin band of white rigaree traverses from the middle of the neck downward around the body and ends at the bottom of the base. Silvery iridescence with violet-hued highlights are visible in the interior of the body. After the invention of blown glass in the first century CE, glass became easy to mass-produce, and so glass items entered everyday Roman life for the majority of householders. Size: 2" W x 3.5" H (5.1 cm x 8.9 cm)

Provenance: private New Jersey USA collection, acquired over twenty years ago

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#121362

Condition

Previous repair to trefoil lip, several stable fissures, and earthen deposits on interior and exterior.

Starting Bid

$400.00

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  • 24.5%

Roman Glass Pouring Pitcher w/ Trailing

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Estimate $800 - $1,000
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$650.00
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686 S. Taylor Avenue Suite 106
Louisville, CO 80027
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