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($1,800-2000 est.) $2600 realized
Auction 46 / Lot #58:
A Translucent Glass Grape-Flask

The mould-blown ovoid body is in the form of a stylized bunch of grapes represented by small circular bosses arranged in diagonal lines. Two leaf motifs in relief on the shoulder are faded. The cylindrical neck develops in a funnel-shaped rim. With a short circular base.

Literature: Eisen I, p. 309; Hermitage Museum Coll., p. 117. Toledo Museum Coll., no. 127. Constable-Maxwell Coll., no. 77.

Period: Circa 3rd Century AD
Dimensions: Height: 18.0cm
Condition: Very good


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