Courtesy Eretz Israel Museum

A hodge-podge of pieces, the purportedly Islamic juglet was reconstructed from several items to make one new (and more valuable) whole—yet another aspect of the faker’s arsenal. Decorated with rows of paired white dots, this flask consists of some glass fragments assembled with the addition of plaster. The base and parts of the body belong to 11th–13th century C.E. Islamic vessels, while the neck and handle date to the late Roman Period. The lines on the neck and the dots are modern additions.