Description: Small mold-blown pitcher has an in-folded rim on a cylindrical neck. The body is cylindrical, defined top and bottom by a raised band and then a convex shoulder and convex bottom. The base is flat with two raised circles, one inside the other. Handle attaches to the shoulder and the rim; the rim terminus has a thumb-piece. Loops (gadroons) decorate the shoulder and the base. The body is decorated with large motifs of eight arms.
Date: 1st century AD
Measurements (cm): H: 9.7 W: 5.1
Auth, Susan H. 1976. Ancient Glass at the Newark Museum from the Eugene Schaefer Collection of Antiquities. Pp. 66, no. 59.
Israeli, Yael. 2003. Ancient Glass in the Israel Museum: The Eliahu Dobkin Collection and Other Gifts. Pp. 128, no. 128.
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