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Lot 0826 Details

Description
1st century AD. An iridescent glass unguentarium with piriform body, tubular neck with everted rolled rim. Cf. Whitehouse, D., Roman Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass, vol.1, New York, 1997, item 268, for type. 17 grams, 85mm (3 1/2"). From the collection of a European gentleman living in South London; acquired 1970-1980. [No Reserve]
Condition
Fine condition.
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Roman Glass Flask

Estimate £60 - £80Sep 02, 2020
Starting Price £5
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