Dish with Ribbed Handlesadmin2021-06-02T16:40:23+00:00
The Roman House at Hopkins | Everyday Dining: Glass Vessels
Dish with Ribbed Handles
By Nicole Berlin
Accession Number: JHAM 9163 Measurements: Width: 17cm, Height: 3.7cm Material: Glass Culture/Date: Roman, 1st-2nd c. CE Provenance: Italy or Eastern Mediterranean
This colorless glass dish has convex sides flaring out to a flat lip and sits on a short, tubular ring base with two “grip” handles. Each handle was applied as a trail of glass then tooled to form ribbing.
Side view of the dish. JHAM 9163
Related to Isings form 43. Cf. Israel Museum 77.12.98, Louvre CP 8722, and Louvre NIII 3434.