Glass bottle with three feet


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 171

Translucent pale blue.
Solid rim with horizontal everted lip; cylindrical neck, tapering slightly downwards; sloping shoulder; truncated ovoid body with three solid rods around base, drawn out and tooled, ending in splayed and pinched feet; slightly rounded bottom with irregular indent.
Complete, except for lower part of one rod and foot, and two cracks running from rim down to body; many pinprick bubbles; dulling, some pitting, and patches of iridescent weathering.

Bluish blown glass vase with three feet and short neck.

Glass bottle with three feet, Glass, Roman

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