A pale green glass bottle with flat base, globular body, long tubular neck pinched slightly at the shoulder.
For related examples see: 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), and McGovern-Huffman, S. "Magical, Mystical Roman Glass, the Lenman/Stohlman Collection " (2012) pg 9.
Dimensions: Height: 13.97cm ( 5.5 inches) Width: 7.62 cm ( 3 inches) (at the base)
Condition: Intact and in excellent condition overall.
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.
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