A Roman Cobalt Blue Mould-Blown Glass Amphoriskos, circa 1st century A.D.
4,000 - 6,000 GBP
Property from a Private Collection
A Roman Cobalt Blue Mould-Blown Glass Amphoriskos
circa 1st century A.D.
the cylindrical neck with everted rim and inward-folded lip, with trailed-on twin handles, the body with six panels, within each a krater, a phiale, pan pipes, an amphora, an oinochoe, and crossed thyrsoi, with fluting above and below.
Height 9.1 cm.
Minor stress crack running from top of rim down to side of one handle and possibly further down the body. Iridescent.
On underside: number "22" in pencil on label
On Perspex stand.
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3000 Jahre Glaskunst von der Antike bis zum Jugendstil, Lucerne, 1981, p. 77, no. 246