Bottles And Jars.
Object: Double-Sided Flask 1 of 3 ca. 1st to 2nd-century A.D. Culture: Roman Measurement: h. 6.50 cm. Provenance: Ex-English Private Collection, England, 1975. Published: J. Eisenberg, Art of the Ancient World, 2014, No. 143. Cf. Kunstmuseum Luzern ed., 3000 Jahre Glaskunst, 1981, S. 82, No. 279. GMF05 Jerome M. Eisenberg, Inc. © 1999 - 2017
Flask 3 of 3 Circa. 1st to 2nd Century A.D. Culture: Roman Measurement: h. 6.50 cm. Provenance: Private English Collection, 1975. Published: J. Eisenberg, Art of the Ancient World, 2014, no. 143. Cf. Kunstmuseum Luzern ed., 3000 Jahre Glaskunst, 1981, S. 82, no. 279. GMF05 Jerome M. Eisenberg, Inc. © 1999 - 2017
A ROMAN BLUE MOULD-BLOWN GLASS FLASK 1ST CENTURY A.D. The body decorated in relief with six vessels each set within a niche supported by columns, the vessels comprising two fruit(?) laden kraters, two ewers and two twin-handled vessels, bunches of grapes within the festoons below and egg-shaped motifs within arches on the shoulder, the neck with flaring mouth and rounded inward-folded rim 3 1/8 in. (8 cm.) high
Sold $350,000 Important and Possibly Unique Five-Gallon Stoneware Churn with Cobalt Marching Civil War Soldier Decoration, New York State origin, possibly Fort Edward, NY, circa 1861-1865, ovoid churn with tooled shoulder, rounded rim, and applied lug handles, boldly decorated with a large slip-trailed design of four marching Union Civil War soldiers. Decoration depicts four strong-jawed, mustached soldiers in a tightly-formed battle line, each with distinctive forage cap, buttoned coat, and rif