THREE ROMAN GLASS VESSELS
circa 2nd-4th century a.d.
Including a bottle, light blue-green in color, free-blown with a broad cylindrical body tapering toward the top, on a slightly concave base, the rim folded in and flattened, with applied handles; an unguentarium, light blue-green in color, free-blown, with a folded cushion base, the tapering cylindrical body with pinched, spiral ribs and a flared, flattened rim, an applied ring on the neck merging with the base of the twin handles; and a double unguentarium, transparent light green in color, free blown, the twin tubes with a flattened base and rounded rim, with applied trailed handles
6½ in. (16.5 cm) for the tallest