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Roman Glass Vessel Group

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Lot 0757 Details

Description
2nd-4th century AD. A mixed group of glass vessels comprising: a drum-shaped vase with tubular neck; a bulbous vase with flared neck; a square-section bottle; a miniature jar with dimple base. 233 grams total, 35-70mm (1 1/2 - 2 3/4"). From the private collection of a North West London lady; previously with a central London gallery; formerly acquired before 1990. [4]
Condition
Fine condition.
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Roman Glass Vessel Group

Estimate £180 - £240Sep 02, 2020
Starting Price £180
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