6 July 2016
A ROMAN COBALT BLUE GLASS ONE-HANDLED JAR
CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.
The squat spherical body with everted rim and flat, slightly concave base, the body decorated with a spirally-wound opaque white trail, with handle applied at shoulder and under rim
3 3/8 in. (8.6 cm.) high
with Mathias Komor (d. 1994), New York.
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For similar see Kunina, 1997, p. 317 nos 312-4.
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