Lentoid Flask Rim Fragment

Object Name: 
Lentoid Flask Rim Fragment

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Object Name: 
Lentoid Flask Rim Fragment
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Accession Number: 
Overall H: 1.5 cm, W: 4.5 cm
Not on Display
1290-1085 BCE
Primary Description: 
Lentoid Flask Rim Fragment. Translucent bright green glass, bubbly with some stone, unweathered, trail of opaque yellow; core-formed, trail- decorated and tooled. Fragment preserves rim and portion of neck, rounded horizontal rim bends sharply down into tapering neck as far as preserved, thick opaque yellow trail added to edge of rim and marvered in.
Tano, Phocion J. (Greek), Former Collection
Pre-Roman and Early Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass (1979) illustrated, pp. 71-72, #73, pl. 7; BIB# 29547
Catalogue des Objets de Toilette Egyptiens (1972) p. 183, #OT809; BIB# 19738