Broad horizontal rim disk; short cylindrical neck; rounded shoulder; straight sides expanding slightly toward the bottom; two small ring handles with knobbed tails on upper body; rounded base. Blue with trails of light blue and yellow. Intact.
From Assos (Behramkale, Turkey); necropolis. 188?: excavated by the Archaeological Institute of America; gift of the Archaeological Institute of America to MFA, January 15, 1884.
Gift of the Archaeological Institute of America
Greek, East Greek, Late Archaic or Classical Period, about 5th century B.C.
Assos (Behramkale), Troad, Anatolia (Turkey)
Place of Manufacture
Probably Rhodes, Greece
Ancient Glass (MFA), no. 04.
Height x diameter: 11 x 3.1 cm (4 5/16 x 1 1/4 in.)
Medium or Technique
Glass, core-formed with applied decoration