Roman pale bluish green glass double head-shaped flask with chubby childlike faces. Blown is a two-part mold, the body is in the form of two back-to-back heads with similar childlike features and three rows of knobs of hair. The tubular neck has an outplayed rim that is folded out, then up and in.
Cf: The Toledo Museum of Art, E.M. Stern, 1995, cat. nos. 149-151, pp. 232-235; Newark, cat. no. 74, p. 74; Yale, cat. no. 191, p.73; Wolf Ancient Glass Collection, cat. no. 75, p. 181; Corning Museum of Glass 2001, cat. no. 549, pp. 76-77; Ancient Glass in National Museums Scotland, C.S. Lightfoot, 2007, no. 240, p. 104;