Glass Flask with Two Handles

Culture: Roman
Period: 1st century A.D.
Material: Glass
Dimensions: 10.5 cm high
Price: Sold
Ref: 3075
Provenance: Collection Surgeon-General Dr. Josef Mayer-Riefenthaler, acquired in Cyprus in the 1960s, during his deployment as a UN soldier.
Condition: Wonderful iris, completely intact.
Description: Roman glass flask with a thick, bulbous at the bottom flattened corpus and a long cylindrical neck. From the shoulder to the neck two outward vaulted and separately worked handles. The rim is two times outward rolled. Found in Cyprus.