Description: a lovely small Roman cast glass flask with very attractive iridescence. This shape later become a characteristic for Roman Egypt. This kind of small flasks are very early examples and thus are created from cast glass and not blown glass, which is why they are thicker. It has thick bases, low flattish conical body and a cylindrical neck with broad flat rim.
Condition: Excellent condition with coruscations and iridescence present on the surface. Date:C. 1st century B.C.
Size: H:50mmX D:48mm