Colorless. Shallow bowl with rounded, thickened edges, drawn out to a pointed tip with small tooling indent at apex; handle drawn up from bowl in a tubular, tapering rod, terminating in a lopsided knob, flattened and pushed in on the underside. Intact; some pinprick bubbles; some dulling and iridescence, with large areas covered by brownish enamel-like weathering.
Yellowish spoon with long handle.
From Cyprus, said to be from a tomb at Idalion (modern Dali)
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Myres, John L. 1914. Handbook of the Cesnola Collection of Antiquities from Cyprus. no. 5778, p. 513, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Vessberg, Olof. 1952. "Roman Glass in Cyprus." Opuscula archaeologica, 7: p. 153, pl. 10.
Vessberg, Olof and Alfred Wesholm. 1956. The Swedish Cyprus Expedition, Vol. 4, Pt. 3. p. 174, fig. 57:19, Stockholm: Håkan Ohlssons Boktryckeri.