Alabastron

‘Alabastra’ were popular storage vessels in Ancient Greece, as they were decorative as well as functional. The alabastron was a container for perfumed oils, with its wide rim allowing the precious contents to be dispensed easily in small quantities. As the name suggests, these vessels in glass are probably modelled after those made in alabaster.


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