The Samaritan Woman's Jar Charm.
Charm made of enamel and silver 925. A juglet, the original artifact was found in Jerusalem and is dated to the 1st CE. The bottle was used for perfume. The perfume bottles usually had a long narrow neck, to reduce evaporation, and a broad rim, to facilitate pouring. The perfume flask could be stoppered with a piece of cloth, parchment, or papyrus. A variety of perfumes are known from ancient times, the most well-known among them: Balsam (Bosem), Myrrh, and Frankincense.
Size: 14 mm