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Overall H: 21.7 cm, Diam: 9.5 cm
On Display
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Greenish blue, transparent glass; blown, wheel-cut. Bottle: cylindrical. Rim has vertical "collar" made by folding out, down, and up; neck short, cylindrical, splaying toward bottom then narrowing; shoulder slopes, with rounded profile; wall straight, tapering, and curving in at bottom; base slightly convex; no pontil mark. Wheel-cut decoration on neck, shoulder and wall, consisting of horizontal, polished grooves, arranged singly and in groups: (from top to bottom) on neck, one groove just below midpoint; on shoulder, pair of narrow grooves and group of three grooves (narrow, broad, narrow); on wall, single broad groove, group of three narrow grooves alternating with two broad grooves, single broad groove, group of three grooves (narrow, broad, narrow), and pair of narrow grooves.
Stieglitz Gallery, Source
Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume One (1997) p. 232, #394; p. 367, #394; BIB# 58895