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Roman Blue Ribbed Vessel

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Lot 0988 Details

Description
1st century AD. A squat iridescent glass bowl with slightly dimpled base, everted rim, radiating pinched flanges to the equator. 65.4 grams, 97mm (4"). From an important central London collection formed since the mid 1960s; thence by descent.
Condition
Fine condition, rim chipped.
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Roman Blue Ribbed Vessel

Estimate £600 - £800Sep 02, 2020
Starting Price £550
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