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Ca. 1st-2nd Century AD 

A collection of four wide-mouthed Roman blown glass vessels. The collection includes a tall blue-green, cylindrical vessel with a slightly tapered body, a flared rim, a simple applied glass thread around the neck, and a drawn disc foot. It features an early collection tag marked: “R.H. Macy & Co Inc 12.(18)89, with penned description on the tag & # 105, and an additional label affixed on the base: “105”. The other vessels consist of small blue-green drinking vessels, one with a rounded body and flared rim, and two with tapering sides. The larger of the two bears a slightly flared, thin rim.


Provenance: From the estate of Peter H. Tillou, CT., acquired in the 1990’s. Thence, to family by descent.


SKU: CAT-034
  • Dimensions 

     Size: H:66.68mm to 95.25mm

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