A NEW YORK PRIVATE COLLECTION OF ANCIENT GLASS
CIRCA 1ST-4TH CENTURY A.D.
THREE ROMAN GLASS VESSELS
Circa 1st-4th Century A.D.
Including a jug, circa late 4th century A.D., pale green in color, free-blown and pattern-molded with vertical ribs, the body square in section with a cylindrical neck, the flaring rim infolded, with a thick applied thread wound spirally along the neck, and a single applied handle; a bottle, circa 1st-2nd century A.D., pale green in color, the spherical body with a short cylindrical neck and horizontal rim-disk; and a bottle, circa 2nd century A.D., green in color, the thick-walled vessel with a squat body, cylindrical neck and horizontal rim-disk
4 in. (10.2 cm) high for the first (3)
Tarshish, Jerusalem, 1980 (jug)
Shraga Qedar, Jerusalem, 1985 (spherical bottle)
Barakat, Jerusalem, 1972 (squat bottle)