2 Fragments of a Bottle

Object Name: 
2 Fragments of a Bottle

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Object Name: 
2 Fragments of a Bottle
Accession Number: 
69.1.54
Dimensions: 
(a) Top Fragment H: 11.1 cm, Diam (max): 6.5 cm; (b) Bottom Fragment H: 1.7 cm, Diam (max): 6.5 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
800-999
Credit Line: 
Gift of the American Research Center in Egypt
Primary Description: 
2 Fragments of a Bottle. (a) Transparent yellowish green; some scale. Blown in dip mold. Bottle. Rim outsplayed, with rounded lip; neck cylindrical, slightly wider at bottom than at top; shoulder slopes, with rounded edge; wall (Th. less than 0.1 cm) is vertical for about 4 cm, then curves down and in. Decorated on wall with continuous horizontal band of ring-and-dot motifs, with small dots above and indeterminate motifs below it. (b) Transparent light yellowish green; some stones. Blown in dip mold. Fragment of bottle. Bottom of wall curves down and in; base plain, with kick and corresponding conical dome in floor; pontil mark (D. 1.1 cm). Decoration consists of seven(?) groups of three concentric circles on lower wall above concentric ring of small dimples at junction of wall and base.
Department: 
Provenance: 
American Research Center in Egypt, Source
1969
Category: 
Technique: 
Material: 
Fustat Glass of the Early Islamic Period (2001) #36g, pp. 74-76, fig. 36g, Pl. 36g; BIB# 75800