Collection

Greek and Roman

Loop-Handled Cosmetic Tube

Free-blown glass with trailed thread decoration , H 9

Loop-Handled Cosmetic Tube

Eastern Mediterranean, 4th–5th century A.D.

This vessel is an exquisite example of the glassblower's art. Molten glass can be blown into a bubble and shaped to any form. Once the basic shape was produced, decoration and handles were added.

Gift of Helen Norton

61.14.47

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