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LOT 0170

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GBP (£) 400 - 600
EUR (€) 470 - 710
USD ($) 490 - 730

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£378 (EUR 446; USD 459) (+bp*)

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ROMAN IRIDESCENT GLASS VESSEL WITH RIBBED NECK
3RD-4TH CENTURY A.D.

A glass bottle composed of a squat body with D-section walls, sloping shoulder and broad, flaring neck decorated with applied trails; iridescent surfaces. 3 5/8 in. (45 grams, 92 mm high).

PROVENANCE:
Ex Dr D.G.
Surrey, deceased.

LITERATURE:
Cf. Whitehouse, D., Roman Glass in The Corning Museum Of Glass, Volume 2, New York, 2003, p.122, for similar.

CONDITION