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Overall H: 13 cm, Diam (max): 13.7 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Transparent very pale green glass with bubbles; blown; wheel-engraved. Squat biconical shape body; rim folded out, up and in to form tubular flange; short cylindrical neck; body splays in convex curve to maximum diameter, 2.5 cm above bottom; plain strap handle applied to upper part of body, drawn up and out, then sharply angled and attached to neck shortly below rim, tail drawn down then folded up; wheel engraved decoration on body: four horizontal bands, one below handle, two above carination and one at maximum diameter; plain base, slightly concave; no pontil mark.
Alouf, Fouad, Source
Dahdad, Mr. A., Former Collection
Extending Exhibits in the Museum Store (2003) illustrated, p. 37; BIB# AI57824
Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume One (1997) pp. 255-256, #437; p. 373, #437; BIB# 58895
Seasons Greetings from Sherry-Lehmann (1990/11) illustrated, p. 44; BIB# 90994
A Short History of Glass (1990 edition) (1990) illustrated, p. 24, #10; p. 23; BIB# 33211
Stained Glass: Jewels of Light (1988) illustrated, p. 22; BIB# 59584
A Short History of Glass (1980 edition) (1980) illustrated, p. 20, #10; BIB# 21161