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Auction archive: Lot number 46

A Roman pale green glass feeder flask , the squat hemispherical body with rounded base, the tall tapering cylindrical neck with wide spreading mouth and inward-folded rim, a tapering feeder spout at one side of the body, the interior with silvery iri...

Auction 17.10.1996
17 Oct 1996
Estimate
£450 - £650
ca. US$713 - US$1,030
Price realised:
£483
ca. US$765
Auction archive: Lot number 46

A Roman pale green glass feeder flask , the squat hemispherical body with rounded base, the tall tapering cylindrical neck with wide spreading mouth and inward-folded rim, a tapering feeder spout at one side of the body, the interior with silvery iri...

Auction 17.10.1996
17 Oct 1996
Estimate
£450 - £650
ca. US$713 - US$1,030
Price realised:
£483
ca. US$765
Beschreibung:

A Roman pale green glass feeder flask , the squat hemispherical body with rounded base, the tall tapering cylindrical neck with wide spreading mouth and inward-folded rim, a tapering feeder spout at one side of the body, the interior with silvery iridescence, tip of spout chipped -- 4 3/8in. (11.1cm.) high; and a turquoise twin-handled glass jar, the squat globular body with five indentations, the short neck with wide everted mouth and inward-folded rim, two twin vertical handles applied at the rim and shoulder, silver iridescence -- 2¾in. (6.8cm.) high respectively, 4th-5th Century A.D. See Colour Plate 1 for item one (2)

Auction archive: Lot number 46
Auction:
Datum:
17 Oct 1996
Auction house:
Christie's
London, South Kensington
Beschreibung:

A Roman pale green glass feeder flask , the squat hemispherical body with rounded base, the tall tapering cylindrical neck with wide spreading mouth and inward-folded rim, a tapering feeder spout at one side of the body, the interior with silvery iridescence, tip of spout chipped -- 4 3/8in. (11.1cm.) high; and a turquoise twin-handled glass jar, the squat globular body with five indentations, the short neck with wide everted mouth and inward-folded rim, two twin vertical handles applied at the rim and shoulder, silver iridescence -- 2¾in. (6.8cm.) high respectively, 4th-5th Century A.D. See Colour Plate 1 for item one (2)

Auction archive: Lot number 46
Auction:
Datum:
17 Oct 1996
Auction house:
Christie's
London, South Kensington
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