A ROMAN BLUE MOULD-BLOWN GLASS FLASK CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. The octagonal body with central concentric rings on each side, the neck with everted rim and applied pale green twin handles, with flattened rectangular base 3 1/8 in. (8 cm.) high
Flask, ca. 1900, Enameled silver & glass with gilding, by Eugene Feuillatre, French (1879–1916). Eugène Feuillâtre was one of the leading enamellers working in Paris at the turn-of-the-century with naturalistic designs inspired by Japanese prints.
A ROMAN AMBER GLASS FLASK CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D. With tapering piriform body, angled shoulder, tall cylindrical neck and everted rim, green glass strap handle applied at shoulder and below rim 9 in. (23 cm.) high
Elegant Slow-Brew Coffee Makers - by Dutch Lab developed this idea to cut down the time needed for slow-brewed coffee, use cold water for less acidic results, and remove the need for electricity—and their innovative experimentation has been a success: each Dutch Lab machine has three vertically aligned glass flasks that the water drips through to make aromatic coffee.
A Roman light aubergine glass flask Circa 1st Century A.D. Decorated with swirls of darker aubergine, with folded collar rim and cylindrical neck, the spherical body with five abraded encircling lines of decoration, 7in (17.5cm) high