Glass cinerary urn


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Translucent pale green; handles in translucent deep blue-green.
Thick tubular rim, turned out, round, and in, and flattened into side of everted mouth; neck funnel-shaped at top, then cylindrical; ovoid body; splayed hollow foot; broad, flat bottom; two arched M-shaped handles, possibly projecting outward at an angle, attached on opposite sides of upper body, each made of a thick trail, applied as a large circular pad, drawn across body from left to right, and trailed off back along top of handle.
Badly broken around neck and upper body, with some weathered edges, but rim, base, and one handle complete; few bubbles; dulling, iridescence, some weathering, and heavily soil encrusted. A few small fragments of bone (?) in soil debris from inside urn.

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