THREE ROMAN GLASS VESSELS
Circa 1st-3rd Century A.D.
Including a vase, pale blue-green in color, free-blown, the piriform body with four wheel-cut horizontal bands, on a hollow conical foot, the cylindrical neck with in-folded rim; and two flasks, both free-blown, one with a horizontal groove on the globular body, on a flat base, the long slightly tapered cylindrical neck with thickened disk rim, and one with a spherical body on a slightly concave base, the cylindrical neck with the rim folded out, up, and then splayed
86 in. (20.4 cm) for the tallest (3)