A Roman pale green glass feeder flask with lovely iridescence, c. 2nd - 3rd Century AD, the body bulbous with concave bottom, long neck, and flared mouth, the body with tapering spout on one side, a nipple made from a sheep's bladder or similar substance would then be attached as a nipple. H: 5 3/4 in (14.5cm). Light deposits and gorgeous multi-colored iridescence. Antiquarium Gallery, New York; From the Collection of Vincent Smith-Durham, Hav-A-Mil House.
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