Colorless with very pale green tinge. Rounded rim folded out and down; straight side to body, tapering downwards then curving slightly outward; tall, integral, tubular foot ring, made by folding with deep creease on interior; almost flat bottom with thickened dome and pontil scar at center. Intact; pinprick and some elongated horizontally bubbles; dulling, pitting, iridescence, and yellowish brown weathering on exterior, with some whitish iridescent weathering on interior.
Thick yellowish shallow blown glass bowl with base.
From Cyprus, said to be from a tomb at Idalion (modern Dali)
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