Roman Samaritan highly decorated terracotta oil lamp with a knob handle and two large palm branches on the shoulders rfered to the PALM SUNDAY. Dated from, 200 - 300 AD Measurements: Length: 8.5 cm - Width: 5.5 cm. Condition: Intact. ...click for details
From Jerusalem, Roman pale blue glass "Flask" bottle, also called a 'Candlestick Unguentarium'. Blown; rim reworked. Squat globular body, rim outsplayed, with irregular downward slope, folded up and in; tall narrow cylindrical neck, with constriction at bottom.
Directly from the Holy land JERUSALEM, Roman glass jar. Exceptional clear glass, hard to find. Indented base with rest of pontil. a globular body, rim upright, with rounded lip. a short neck which is funnel-shaped.