2 ½”h., Dark cobalt blue glass, bulbous body with cylindrical neck and inward rolled collar, applied handle with thumb lug; probably 1st -2nd century A.D., Roman Empire, Italy, possibly Galic, excellent condition , rare size, a great little form made interesting by the deep cobalt blue glass; ex. Saxe collection.
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