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Overall H: 10.8 cm, Diam: 8.6 cm
Not on Display
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Beaker. Colorless with greenish tint; blown; ribs applied to parison, inflated further and twirled, tooled, trail applied below rim, rim finished at furnace. Beaker. Rim everted, with plain, rounded lip; wall tapers and curves in at bottom; aperture in floor; low, conical base, pushed in at center so that kick fills aperture in floor; circular pontil scar, 2.3 cm across. Decoration applied: on wall, fifteen ribs which swirl upward in counter-clockwise direction and are fairly prominent at bottom of wall but imperceptible at top of it; single horizontal trail wound once around top of wall.
Hotchkiss, John F., Source
VENINI - Glass and Design in a World Perspective
Mingei International Museum 2001-07-05 through 2002-01-31
Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume Two (2001) illustrated, p. 145, pl. 657; BIB# 58895