Bell Beaker (Sturzbecher)

Object Name: 
Bell Beaker (Sturzbecher)

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Object Name: 
Bell Beaker (Sturzbecher)
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Overall H: 8.5 cm; Rim Diam: 6.9 cm
On Display
Primary Description: 
Bell Beaker (Sturzbecher). Almost colorless, with faint brownish green tinge; seed and bubbles. Blown; applied. Bell beaker with carination near bottom. Rim outsplayed, with rounded lip; wall descends in smooth curve, tapering, then splaying out to rounded carination, below which it curves in toward base plain, narrow base with slight concavity; circular pontil mark. Single narrow trail wound in one horizontal revolution around upper part of body.
Royal Athena Gallery, Source
Schulman, Hans M. F., Source
The Book and the Spade
University of Wisconsin-Madison 1975 through 1975
East Side Winter Antiques Show
Park Avenue Armory
Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume Two (2001) illustrated, pp. 154-155, pl. 672; BIB# 58895