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($3,500-4,000 est.) $3300 realized
Auction 46 / Lot #156:
A Hexagonal Green Glass Vessel

With free-blown cylindrical neck and flaring rim, a trailed thread around the upper part of the neck. The handle connects the lip and the shoulder. The body with six panels of mould-blown decoration comprising: a) Palm branch. b) Hatching. c). Lozenges with raised central bosses. d) Palm branch. e) Hatching. f) Lozenges. g) Base with a rosette and central pontil mark.

Literature: Moussaieff Coll., p. 272; Miho Museum Coll., p. 117, no. 170. Toledo Museum Coll., no. 181. Constable-Maxwell Coll., no. 316. Israel Museum Coll., (H), no. 447. Yale University Coll., no. 361.

Period: Circa 6th Century AD
Dimensions: Height: 13.0cm
Condition: Very good; with very nice patina


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