Ancient Byzantine Festooned Glass Flask - c 8th - 10th Cent. AD


A Festooned Glass Flask. Rare example of ancient festooned glass; Lovely small deep blue glass bottle having a flattened tear drop body and long tapered cylindrical neck.

Byzantine (or Islamic?), c. 8th - 10th century AD

The flask is embellished overall with a white and yellow festooned decoration. There is an attractive yellow-tan surface patina. (94 x 41 mm - 3 11/16 x 1 5/8 inches) Custom lucite stand included.

Provenance: Howard Rose Gallery, ex private American collection, acquired c. 1970.

  • Inventory Number: PA-3107
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