An Ancient Roman glass juglet made from pale green glass with beautiful iridescence covering the majority of the surface. The vessel features a tapering body with three rows of dimples beneath the shoulder and one row across the concave base. The narrow neck opens at the top into a funnel-shaped mouth with a tubular rim. A single handle in dark blue glass has been applied to the shoulder, then drawn up and wrapped around the neck to form a trailing decoration. An attractive multi-coloured iridescence covers the juglet.
Date: Circa 3rd-4th century AD