THREE ISLAMIC GLASS VESSELS
circa 8th-10th century a.d.
Including a molar flask, translucent in color, with four pointed feet supporting the square body, each face with beveled facets, with a hexagonal neck; a bottle, transparent pale green in color, mold blown, the cylindrical body with a band of pairs of concentric circles, with a short, slightly flaring neck; and a bottle, olive green in color, free blown with a globular body and tall cylindrical neck, with applied trailing at the base of the neck, the rim rounded off
45/8 in. (11.7 cm) high for the tallest (3)