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Roman Glass Bottle

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Lot 0980 Details

Description
2nd-3rd century AD. An iridescent glass vessel with wasted neck, flared rim and flat base; some bubbles and tares. 8.4 grams, 12.5cm (5"). Private collection, Cambridgeshire, UK; acquired prior to 2000. [No Reserve]
Condition
Fine condition.
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Roman Glass Bottle

Estimate £50 - £70Sep 02, 2020
Starting Price £5
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