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($1,000-1,100 est.) $900 realized
Auction 46 / Lot #34:
A Translucent Glass Unguentarium with ‘Snake Decoration’

The body with four deep indentations, tubular neck and disk-shaped rim.

Literature: Constable-Maxwell Coll., no. 276 (Different types but same technique). Israel Museum Coll., (H), no. 506-7 (Different types but same technique). Yale University Coll., no. 184 (Different types but same technique).

Period: Circa 2nd–3rd Century AD
Dimensions: Height: 17.1cm
Condition: Crashed; non-professionally repaired; very rare


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