Eastern Mediterranean Circa 1st to 2nd century AD.
With squat spherical open body and a protruding conical spout on body. Perhaps used in medical capacity or as a feeder. Scattered silvery iridescent surface patina. Slight spout flake, or else excellent condition
Provenance: Ex Leonard Wasserman (1925-2011), Philadelphia PA, founder of Kiddie City; who with his wife collected Roman Glass in the 1970's and 80's.
For similar examples see Susan Auth, Ancient Glass at the Newark Museum, New Jersey, 1976, no 248. Nice example.
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