Translucent deep turquoise blue, opaque white, yellow, and red. Hemispherical bowl fragment with a vertical rim with rounded edge; convex curving side. Composite mosaic pattern formed from polygonal sections of a single composite cane in a turquoise ground with a yellow spiral and central dot in red; interspersed with this cane are three small irregular segments in solid white; a network cane wound spirally with blue, yellow, white, and red trails is attached as a rim. One of the white segments only appears on the interior of the side. Broken and repaired from eight pieces, with one hole in rim and another in side; on interior, dulling, pitting, and iridescent weathering, and on exterior, pitting of surface bubbles and modern polishing.
1903. Collection Julien Gréau. Verrerie antique, émaillerie et poterie appartenant à M. John Pierpont Morgan. no. 723, p. 104, pl. 91.8.
Oliver, Andrew Jr. 1968. "Millefiori Glass in Classical Antiquity." Journal of Glass Studies, 10: p. 59, fig. 16.