A LATE ROMAN GLASS AMPHORISKOS - CIRCA 4TH-5TH CENTURY A.D. - Yellow-green in color, free blown, the piriform body on a pedestal foot, with a tall cylindrical neck flaring to a funnel mouth, the rim infolded, with an applied ring bisecting the neck, the twin handles applied to the shoulders and pulled up to the neck ring 5 13/16 in. (14.8 cm.) high
Roman Glass Jug with a Circular Spout, Century AD, Century AD. It was blown in a contrasting green transparent glass depending on the thickness of the wall. The form of the vessel is elegant and well proportioned: the body, supported by a.
*ITALY ~ A Roman Green Glass Jug, Century A. The Piriform body on small circular foot, w/a tall cylindrical neck + everted inward-folded rim, trail around base of neck + under rim, handle applied at shoulder and rim y hight.