Ancient Roman Glass tear Bottle, 100 - 200 AD
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All Items: Antiques:Regional Art:Ancient World:Roman:Glass: Pre AD 1000: item # 706689
Aweidah Gallery - Jerusalem based gallery
P.O.Box 51067 - Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Directly from Jerusalem, Holy Land - A very nice example of Roman glassmaking, this lovely perfume vessel with lovely silver patina has survived the centuries with its beauty intact. Dated from, 100 - 200 AD.
The globular body rising to a firm and graceful neck. One of the earliest types of blown-glass vessels in an elongated bottle with a short body and a long neck. The content of such bottles could be poured out slowly, in tiny drops, and the small mouth was easily stoppered.
Height: 14.5 cm - Width: 5 cm
Condition: Intact, not repaire and not restored
Found near Jerusalem, Holy Land
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