Dropper flask

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Object Name: 
Dropper flask
Accession Number: 
52.1.63
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 9.1 cm, Diam (body): 7.6 cm, (rim): 6.1 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
200-399
Primary Description: 
Dropper flask. Transparent light green glass, few bubbles; pattern-molded, free-blown in two parts, rim reworked. Globular body; flange rim outsplayed horizontally, turned upward and inward, then flattened; short cylindrical neck with diaphragm at bottom; small base, slightly concave, pontil scar; body covered with spiral ribs descending from left to right.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Sobernheim, Former Collection
Stack's Galleries, Source
1952-04-29
Sobernheim, Clara (German, 1888-1963), Former Collection
1933
to
1952
Sobernheim, Moritz Sebastian (German, 1872-1933), Former Collection
The Aroma of Righteousness: Scent and Seduction in Rabbinic Life and Literature (2011) illustrated, p. 35;
Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume Two (2001) illustrated, p. 120, pl. 621; BIB# 58895
The Sobernheim Collection of Ancient Glass (1952-04-19) lot 209a; BIB# 12935