12 April 2016
A ROMAN GLASS DOUBLE-BODIED UNGUENTARIUM
CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D.
Pale green in color, free blown, the twin sides fused to form a bulbous body on a flat base, with a flaring cylindrical neck and a folded rim, the interior divided by a thin wall
3 ½ in. (8.9 cm.) high
with Sheppard & Cooper Ltd., London
Sheppard & Cooper Ltd.; Antiquities, Christie's, London, 3 July 1996, lot 318 (part).
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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Glass of Imperial Rome from the John F. Fort Collection, 2 June-6 October 2002.
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