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Overall H: 9.6 cm; Diam (rim): 12.1 cm
On Display
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Greenish colorless glass with numerous bubbles; blown, wheel-cut. Bell-shape; rim flares slightly, with lip cracked off and ground; wall descends in smooth curve; plain narrow base; wheel-cut decoration: below rim, band of ten elongated horizontal oval depressions with wheel-cut line above and below; on wall, broad zone consisting of four rows of intersecting facets, rounded at top and bottom but otherwise hexagonal; shortly above base, band of twelve horizontal oval facets above wheel-cut line, below which is band of six large oval facets with smaller oval facets above and between them; at center of base, circular depression.
Motamed, Saeed, Source
Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume One (1997) p. 259, #443; p. 374, #443; BIB# 58895
Recent Important Acquisitions, 13 (1971) illustrated, pp. 138-139, #23; BIB# AI93175