Phoenician core-formed glass amphoriskos, 2nd-1st century B.C.
This ovoid-bodied amphoriskos has a cylindrical neck, an exvessel-shaped mouth with a protruding rim, and oval-shaped handles that connect the neck to the shoulder. The decoration consists of a series of yellow glass threads that stand out against the blue of the vessel. These small amphoras are small-scale replicas of Greek amphorae. Many of these perfume containers had a funerary use as offerings in tombs.