Glass bell beaker; colourless translucent; squat carinated bowl; flaring conical mouth; light vertical ribbing; .
- Found/Acquired: Selzen
- (Europe,Germany,Rhineland Palatinate,Mainz-Bingen,Selzen)
- Height: 9 centimetres
Comment from Kidd, Haith & Ager ‘Summary Catalogue’ (draft MS)
NESBITT A. 1869. Notes on the History of Glass-Making Prepared as an Introduction to the Catalogue of the Collection of Glass Formed by the Late Felix Slade FSA, privately printed, p. 56 no. 319, fig. 73
FOWLER J. 1880. On the process of Decay in Glass, and incidentally, on the Composition and Texture of Glass at different periods, and the History of its Manufacture, Archaeologia XLVI, London, p. 90
SMITH R.A. 1923. A Guide to the Anglo-Saxon and Foreign Teutonic Antiquities in the Department of British and Mediaeval Antiquities. London, p. 157
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