- Museum number
Mould-blown re-blown beaker; light green glass, heavily weathered and covered with thin opaque yellowish weathering layer; the decoration was made by blowing the hot glass into a patterned mould and pinching the vertical ribs at two intervals with a pair of tongs before cooling; pontil scar on base; fire-polished rim.
- Production date
- 3rdC-4thC (?)
Diameter: 10.20 - 11 centimetres (rim, exterior)
Diameter: 9.80 - 10.30 centimetres (rim, interior)
Height: 13.50 centimetres
Width: 11 centimetres
Volume: 710 millilitres
- On display (G52/dc7)
- Exhibition history
G52/IRAN/26, from official opening 17/11/95 until 15/12/05.
G49/IRAN/26/27, 16 Jun-23 Dec 1994.
Iranian Room [IR], case ?, no. 15, Jul 1975-ca 1990.
- Heavily weathered and original weight lost; fabric partially transformed to iridscent yellow with thin opaque yellowish enamel-like weathering layer over the top; restored from numerous sherds; traces of infill.
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Deposited 3 July 1968 (item 2278); correspondence dated 5 February 1970.
- Middle East
- BM/Big number
- Registration number