Translucent pale yellow green; handle in same color. Broad tubular rim, folded out, down, round, and in, then pressed flat, forming a constriction to mouth; cylindrical neck, tapering slightly downwards, with tooling indent around base; broad conical body, curving in to almost flat bottom; broad strap handle applied to upper body, drawn out and upwards, then bent in at an angle, and pressed onto top of neck in a thick pad. On body, 4 horizontal bands of fine wheel-braded lines. Intact; some pinprick and elongated bubbles; dulling, iridescent weathering, and red brown encrustation.
Said to be from ancient Phoenicia (Lebanon)
1903. Collection Julien Gréau. Verrerie antique, émaillerie et poterie appartenant à M. John Pierpont Morgan. no. 1543, p. 205, pl. 291.3.
Comfort, Howard. 1939. "Some Roman Barbotine Bowls and Their Connections." The Art Bulletin, 21(3): p. 276, fig. 7.