Glass Flask with Cut Decoration

Culture: Roman
Period: 2nd-3rd century A.D.
Material: Glass
Dimensions: 15.8 cm high
Price: Sold
Ref: 3547
Provenance: Collection Hamoudi, Germany, 1980s. Thence with Antikenkabinett Gackstätter with the list number 01366. There acquired by Peter Conrads, Germany. With a copy of the certificate from the Antikenkabinett Gackstätter.
Condition: Intact
Description: Flask without a handle of light greenish shimmering clear glass, standing on a foot ring pulled out from the wall. The pear-shaped corpus is decorated with three groups of cut rings. On the neck another group of encircling cut rings. The conically formed neck ends in an estuary pulled outwards with a rounded, thickened rim. Inside remains of a reddish-brown encrustation. From the eastern Mediterranean Sea region.