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a) H: 3.1 cm, Diam: 8.1 cm; b) H: 11 cm; b) Rim Diam: 11 cm
Not on Display
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Gift of the American Research Center in Egypt
Primary Description: 
Almost colorless, with yellowish tinge; very bubbly. Blown; linear-cut. Cup: cylindrical. Rim plain, with rounded, slightly thickened lip; wall vertical; base flat; roughly circular pontil mark (D. 1.6 cm). Decoration on wall consisted of linear-cut arcade, which, if symmetrical, had two diametrically opposed lozenges with double outlines separated by triangular arch with semicircular arch on either side of it, all with single outlines; arches terminated in pendent vertical lines with circular element at bottom, and triangular arches enclosed single vertical lines. Cuts are about 0.3 cm wide.
American Research Center in Egypt, Source
Islamic Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass Volume One (2010) illustrated, pp. 102-103, #159; BIB# 113723
Fustat Glass of the Early Islamic Period (2001) illustrated, pp. 13, 84-85 (fig. 40c); BIB# 75800