AN EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN CORE-FORMED GLASS OINOCHOE
CIRCA LATE 6TH-5TH CENTURY B.C.
Cobalt blue in color, the ovoid body with rounded shoulders, a short cylindrical neck and a trefoil mouth, the body with opaque yellow and turquoise threads wound spirally, marvered and tooled into a zigzag pattern in the middle of the body, with a yellow and a turquoise band below, yellow on the rim and on the edge of the splayed foot, with a single arching handle
4 1/8 in. (10.5 cm.) high
with Gawain McKinley, London.
Dr. Klaus Morkramer, Oberhausen, Germany, acquired from the above in 1981.