Roman Irridescent Sprinkler Flask

Roman Irridescent Sprinkler Flask

3rd century to 4th century Europe

Offered by C.J. Martin (Coins) & Ancient Art Ltd

£475 gbp
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Roman Empire, 3rd-4th century A.D., Translucent glass sprinkler flask with ribs at the base, the inner neck with a narrowed opening at the base to enable the perfume to be dripped out drop by drop.
Very attractive irridescence over the entire vessel
Exhibited at the "Silk Road" exhibition, Fortnum and Mason, 2001.
Height 9.00 cm (3.54 inches)
C.J. Martin (Coins) & Ancient Art Ltd

C.J. Martin (Coins) & Ancient Art Ltd
Trent Park Equestrian Centre
Eastpole Farm House
Bramley Road
Oakwood, London
N14 9UW

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