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Overall H: 8.5 cm; Rim Diam: 1.3 cm
On Display
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Bottle. Translucent purple glass; blown, applied. Bottle: cylindrical. Rim everted, turned inward, and flattened; neck cylindrical; shoulder rounded; wall almost vertical, but with slightly convex profile and curving in at bottom; base applied, shaped like disk, but with concave underside; pontil mark faint (D. about 0.9 cm). Applied decoration consists of single continuous horizontal trail at junction of neck and shoulder and, on wall, three horizontal rows of disks (D. about 1.2 cm), with four disks in each row, those in middle row are below gaps between disks in top row, and those in bottom row are below disks in top row.
Ward, Jr., Austin H., Source
The Royal Hunter: Art of the Sasanian Empire
Cleveland Museum of Art 1978-01 through 1978-08
Metropolitan Museum of Art 1978-01 through 1978-08
Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas 1978-01 through 1978-08
Islamic Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass Volume Two (2014) illustrated, p. 179-180, #920; BIB# 113723