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Lot 209

To Be Sold With No Reserve A clear glass wheel cut spherical bottle, 10th century A.D., On short...

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Lot 209

To Be Sold With No Reserve
A clear glass wheel cut spherical bottle,
10th century A.D.,
On short...

Starting Bid: £160

Estimate: £400 - £600

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Lot 209

Description

To Be Sold With No Reserve

A clear glass wheel cut spherical bottle,

10th century A.D.,

On short foot, with long straight neck, the body with bosses within roundels,

14cm. high

Provenance: Formerly in a Private UK collection; acquired from Mr D.S. in 2017

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