2 April 2014
This lot has been withdrawn
A GREEK CORE-FORMED GLASS OINOCHOE
EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C.
The brown body with applied opaque yellow, white and turquoise threads wound around and tooled into a feather pattern over the body, applied yellow trail around neck, foot and rim, the curved handle joining the shoulder to the upper neck
5¼ in. (13.4 cm.) high
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 11 July 1988, lot 198.
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