Roman Glass with Thread and Ribs Decoration

Culture: Roman
Period: 3rd century AD
Material: Glass
Dimensions: 12.6 cm high
Price: 1 200 Euro
Ref: 3153
Provenance: Dr. Cornel Winkelmeyer, Essen, Germany. Acquired in the 1970s. Since 2009 with Galerie Antiken Kabinett Gackstätter, Frankfurt, Germany. With confirmation from Cornel Winkelmeyer of 24 September 2009 and a certificate from Galerie Antiken-Kabinett Gackstätter, inventory number 4181.
Condition: Intact
Description: Mouth-blown glass that stands on an inwardly curved base. The neck long and funnel-shaped. Below the muzzle an applied double glass thread. On the shoulder of the round corpus are six vertical ribs pulled out with pliers. Below are another five horizontal ribs.