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A Roman Glass Funnel Flask, Roman Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE

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A Roman Glass Funnel Flask, Roman Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE
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A Roman Glass Funnel Flask, Roman Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE, ca. 1st century AD:
Medium: Glass
a pale blue/green glass bottle with a flat base, large globular body, and long flared tubular neck.Reference: Hayes J. W. Roman and Pre-Roman Glass in the Royal Ontario Museum. Toronto, 1975, cat. # 222. Susan H. Auth "Ancient Glass at the Newark Museum from the Eugene Schaefer collection" (1976). McGovern-Huffman, S. "Magical, Mystical Roman Glass, the Lenman/Stohlman Collection of Ancient Roman Glass" (2012) pg 9.

Dimensions: Height: 15 cm (5.90 inches)
Reference No: 326

PROVENANCE: Forming part of the James Stephan Snr. collection, assembled in the 1950's to early 1960's and then by descent. Dr. Stephan was a US intelligence officer who also held a degree in archaeology. He was posted in the Anatolian region of Turkey with the US government during this time, and acquired his collection from dealers and villagers throughout the region.

OUR GUARANTEE: We hereby certify the above item to be authentic and due diligence conducted to ensure stated provenance. We strictly adhere to the code of Conduct established by the Association of Dealers & Collectors of Ancient & Ethnographic Art and have established, to the best of our ability, the object(s) have not been illegally obtained from the country of origin, excavation, architectural monument, public institution or private property. A Certificate of Authenticity is provided with every object.
Condition
mineral accumulation with traces of original contents on neck and body, some pale iridescence to interior and exterior, intact and in excellent condition overall with no chips, cracks or breaks.
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A Roman Glass Funnel Flask, Roman Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE

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A Roman Glass Funnel Flask, Roman Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE, ca. 1st century AD:
Medium: Glass
a pale blue/green glass bottle with a flat base, large globular body, and long flared tubular neck.Reference: Hayes J. W. Roman and Pre-Roman Glass in the Royal Ontario Museum. Toronto, 1975, cat. # 222. Susan H. Auth "Ancient Glass at the Newark Museum from the Eugene Schaefer collection" (1976). McGovern-Huffman, S. "Magical, Mystical Roman Glass, the Lenman/Stohlman Collection of Ancient Roman Glass" (2012) pg 9.

Dimensions: Height: 15 cm (5.90 inches)
Reference No: 326

PROVENANCE: Forming part of the James Stephan Snr. collection, assembled in the 1950's to early 1960's and then by descent. Dr. Stephan was a US intelligence officer who also held a degree in archaeology. He was posted in the Anatolian region of Turkey with the US government during this time, and acquired his collection from dealers and villagers throughout the region.

OUR GUARANTEE: We hereby certify the above item to be authentic and due diligence conducted to ensure stated provenance. We strictly adhere to the code of Conduct established by the Association of Dealers & Collectors of Ancient & Ethnographic Art and have established, to the best of our ability, the object(s) have not been illegally obtained from the country of origin, excavation, architectural monument, public institution or private property. A Certificate of Authenticity is provided with every object.
Condition
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mineral accumulation with traces of original contents on neck and body, some pale iridescence to interior and exterior, intact and in excellent condition overall with no chips, cracks or breaks.

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