Composite Jug

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Object Name: 
Composite Jug
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Overall H: 18 cm; Body Diam: 10.3
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Several transparent greenish colorless and very pale green glasses; see REMARKS. Jug with funnel mouth, cylindrical neck and cylindrical body; rim plain, reworked, tapering; narrow cylindrical neck; horizontal shoulder; cylindrical body; flat base; rod-section handle with rectangular thumb-stop attached to rim and outer edge of shoulder; part of wheel-cut Arabic inscription on lower part of body, to right of handle.
Phillips, Son & Neale Inc., Source
Appointments 1982 (1981) illustrated, Front cover; p.1; BIB# 67110