A Roman Glass Baby Feeder

Ca. 1st-2nd century A.D.
Measurements: 4 1/2 in. L. 10.8 cm. 2 1/2 in. H. 6.5 cm.
Provenance: New York private collection
Condition: Intact, with iridescence, tail part still unbroken.

Baby feeder also know as gutti.
Infolded spouted rim.
An exceptional example that is remarkably preserved.

Ref: Fire and Sand, Ancient Glass at the Princeton University Art Museum, no’s 224/235, p. 165; Harden 1940-48, fig 23 C; Vessberg 1952.148-49; Barag 1970a, vol.2 pl 47.


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