A large Roman Double Cosmetic (Kohl) Tube with a very beautiful, graceful, and large Basket Handle. The body is made from two parallel tubes made by pinching one tube vertically at the center; rim folded in; walls taper toward the bottom; base narrow and almost flat. Multiple handles made from superimposed trails: (1) two handles were attached to rim and sides of two tubes; (2) M-shaped trail was attached to one handle, rim at junction of two tubes, and other handle; (3) second M-Shaped trail was applied to top of this; (4) third trail was applied to top of second; (5) a basket handle was applied to the third handle and then twisted into a knob.

Cf. Whithouse D., Roman Glass of the corning Museum, no. 746, p 194 Vol 2.