Description: Irregularly-shaped globular body is attached to a flaring neck. The rim is everted, folded under, and finished with a ridge underneath. Where the neck meets the globe, an aperture of small diameter was created by folding the neck in upon itself creating a narrow diaphragm. A net pattern (or “diamond motif”) was created by blowing the item in a mold. Also known as dropper bottle. Similar to object 75, 76, 117, and 145.
Date: 3rd – 4th century AD.
Measurements (cm): H: 7.6 W: 5.6 Rim Diam: 4.9
Auth, Susan H. 1976. Ancient Glass at the Newark Museum from the Eugene Schaefer Collection of Antiquities. Pp. 78, no. 273-275.
Israeli, Yael. 2003. Ancient Glass in the Israel Museum: The Eliahu Dobkin Collection and Other Gifts. Pp. 223.
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