TWO ROMAN GLASS SPRINKLER FLASKS
Circa 4th Century A.D.
One olive green in color, the ribbed ovoid body mold-blown then further inflated and twisted, on five pulled protrusions serving as feet, the cylindrical neck with a folded diaphragm and narrow aperture at its base, the broad mouth folded out then up, then pinched; and one light green in color, free-blown, with an ovoid body on four pulled protrusions serving as feet, the neck and mouth similar to the proceeding, with two handles with multiple folds rising up from the shoulders to the rim
4¼ in. (10.3 cm) high and 4 3/16 in. (10.6 cm) high (2)