Glass Bottle

SKU JB.1371
Circa

9th th Century AD to 11th th Century AD

Dimensions

2.36″ (6.0cm) high x 1″ (2.5cm) wide

Medium

Glass

Origin

Central Asia

Gallery Location

UK


 

JB. 1371: Small molar flask, mould-blown yellowish- green glass with cut decoration; square in section and opening upwards, flat shoulder, hexagonal neck, resting on a flat base. Syria or Palestine, 9th – 10th century. Ht. 6cm; Top diam. 1.6cm; Base diam. 2.2cm. Comparative material: Carboni, cat.no.2.32a, inv.no. LNS 20 G and cat.no. 2.32b, inv.no. LNS, 34 KG, p.130 and cat.no.2.34a, inv.no. LNS 366 G, p.131; Goldstein, 175-80. GLS-34. JB. 1372: Miniature flask, free-blown green glass with plain square body, opening upward, tall opening neck; rests on a flat base. Iran or Iraq, 9th – 10th century. Ht. 5.5cm; Top diam. 1.5cm; Base diam. 1cm. Comparative material: Carboni, cat.no.3.30a, inv.no. LNS 169 G, p.243 and cat.3.32, inv.no. LNS 17 G, p.245; Goldstein, no.182, p.158. GLS-35. JB. 1373: Small flask, free-blown green glass, square in section opening towards the top, slightly sloping narrow shoulder and tall funnel- shaped neck, resting on a flat base. Syria or Palestine, 9th – 10th century. Ht. 9cm; Top diam. 1.5cm; Base diam. 5cm. Comparative material: Carboni, cat.no. 3.7a, inv.no. LNS 325 G, p.155. GLS-36. JB. 1096: Small bottle, mould-blown and tooled green glass with wide and upward opening cylindrical body with a concave base and pontil mark; the body is decorated with diagonal ribbing which gives the resemblance to a basket. Northeastern Iran or Central Asia, 10th -11th century. Ht. 11.9cm; Top diam. 3cm; Base diam. 7cm. Comparative material: Carboni, cat.no.51a, inv.no. LNS 54 G, cat.no.51b, inv.no. LNS 167 G and cat.no. 51c,, inv.no. LNS 295 G, pp.206-7; Israeli, no.475, p.354; Goldstein, nos.111 – 113, pp.1000-103. GLS-37. JB. 1105: Small bottle, mould-blown and tooled green glass with a globular body, flat shoulder, short opening neck with an everted and bulged rim, a concave base with pontil mark; the body is decorated with diagonal ribbings imitating a basket. Northeastern Iran or Central Asia, 10th – 11th century. Ht. 12.5cm; Top diam. 3.2cm; Base diam. 5.5cm. Comparative material: Carboni, cat.no.51a, inv.no. LNS 54 G, cat.no.51b, inv.no. LNS 167 G and cat.no. 51c,, inv.no. LNS 295 G, pp.206-7; Israeli, no.475, p.354; Goldstein, nos.111 – 113, pp.1000-103. GLS-38. GF. 0088: Small jug, mould-blown green glass; the vessel has a spherical body, sloping shoulder, wide opening neck, an angular handle with a thumb-piece on top and rests on a splayed foot-ring. The decoration of the body includes several six-lobed rosettes, each within a roundel. Below, above the base there is a narrow band of pearl-motifs. Iran or Iraq, 10th – 11th century. Ht. 11.2cm; Top diam. 3.4cm; Base diam. 4.5cm. Comparative material: Goldstein, no.140, p.117. Prof. Geza Fehervari Prof. Geoffrey King – (JB.1371)

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