Roman glassblowers were skilled at creating
glass objects which show the symmetry and
given to such fragile objects as simple as this
flask, which stands 7.5 cm from base to rim.
Glass vessels such as this flask were rather
common throughout the ancient Roman
and time has attractively added an
to the object, mostly due to salts seeping out
from the glass.
Olive green in color, free blown spherical
with a tall cylindrical neck, the collar rim
down, up and out, with a slightly indented