2 3/16” diameter of shallow conical form as typical for dirt floor use. Thickened edge with raised band to the underside. Mold made before the discovery of glass blowing in Rome. Used to offer grain or other sustenance items symbolically at the Pagan alter. Fine quality with lovely iridescence from burial. The juxtaposition of fine quality and form made for a dirt floor demonstrates the importance of this object in pagan worship.