Roman Syro-Palestinian Glass Sprinkler Jug 4-5 Century AD Weathering

Ancient Coins - Roman Syro-Palestinian Glass Sprinkler Jug 4-5 Century AD Weathering
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Roman Syro-Palestinian, Glass Sprinkler Jug, 4th - 5th Century A.D.
 
AG21157. Complete, intact, areas of heavy weathering but most weathering flaked off leaving behind a rough glass surface, sprinkler jug, free-blown, pale green glass, 12.3 cm (4 7/8`) high, 6.1 cm (2 3/8`) maximum diameter, small funnel mouth, rim rolled out and down, short tubular neck, trail handle attached below rim and at junction of neck and shoulder, washer-like dropper diaphragm inside the base of the neck, piriform body, kicked bottom with pontil mark; from a New Jersey dealer
 
This opaque buff-yellow-brown enamel-like weathering is common on glass vessels found in Israel, Lebanon, Jordan and Syria.
Precio SKU: AG21157
US$ 207.00
US$ 170.00
(Usted ahorraUS$ 37.00)
  • € 155.87
  • £ 136.76
  • AUD 280.11
  • CHF 164.46
  • CAD 240.84

Cotización al: 04/03/20

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