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Mixing Bowl, about 299-230 BC

Mixing Bowl, about 299-230 BC

A ROMAN COBALT BLUE GLASS CHALICE   CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D.   The deep body mould-made with vertical fluting above a honeycomb pattern, with slightly flaring rim, on a disc foot with knobbed stem  7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm.) high

A ROMAN COBALT BLUE GLASS CHALICE CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D. The deep body mould-made with vertical fluting above a honeycomb pattern, with slightly flaring rim, on a disc foot with knobbed stem 7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm.) high

A ROMAN GLASS CINERARY URN CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D.  | Christie's

A ROMAN GLASS CINERARY URN CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D. | Christie's

A large Roman purple footed glass bowl  Circa 4th Century A.D. With outward folded rim, the body with vertical upper walls curving inwards to the tooled pushed-in base with hollow tubular base ring, 6¾in (17cm) diam, 4¼in (11cm) high

A large Roman purple footed glass bowl Circa 4th Century A.D. With outward folded rim, the body with vertical upper walls curving inwards to the tooled pushed-in base with hollow tubular base ring, 6¾in (17cm) diam, 4¼in (11cm) high

Large cast vessels (Near East)  4th–2nd century BCE The concept of complete tableware services in glass for serving and consuming food and drink was new in the early Greek Hellenistic period (the period following the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BCE). Glassmakers rose to the challenge to satisfy the new fashion with luxurious objects in clear or monochrome glass of unprecedented size.

Large cast vessels (Near East) 4th–2nd century BCE The concept of complete tableware services in glass for serving and consuming food and drink was new in the early Greek Hellenistic period (the period following the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BCE). Glassmakers rose to the challenge to satisfy the new fashion with luxurious objects in clear or monochrome glass of unprecedented size.

Image gallery: stemmed beaker

Image gallery: stemmed beaker

A MEROVINGIAN OR RHENISH GLASS BOWL  - CIRCA 5TH-6TH CENTURY A.D.  Source: Christies

A MEROVINGIAN OR RHENISH GLASS BOWL - CIRCA 5TH-6TH CENTURY A.D. Source: Christies

A ROMAN GLASS JUG  CIRCA 3RD-4TH CENTURY A.D.  Pale green in color, free-blown, with a spherical body, a long cylindrical neck and a funnel mouth, with an applied ring below the rim, a thick applied braided festoon low on the neck, on an outsplayed tooled foot, the ribbed strap handle pulled up from the shoulders, folded on the underside and over the interior of the rim  7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm.) high

A ROMAN GLASS JUG CIRCA 3RD-4TH CENTURY A.D. Pale green in color, free-blown, with a spherical body, a long cylindrical neck and a funnel mouth, with an applied ring below the rim, a thick applied braided festoon low on the neck, on an outsplayed tooled foot, the ribbed strap handle pulled up from the shoulders, folded on the underside and over the interior of the rim 7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm.) high

A ROMAN GLASS GOBLET  CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D.  Translucent dark blue in color, the deep ovoid beaker mold-blown and further inflated, with vertical fluting below the rim, elaborate honeycomb pattern on the body, the honeycombs distended toward the base, the rim flaring slightly and cut off, the profiled foot with a beaded stem  8 in. (20.3 cm.) high

A ROMAN GLASS GOBLET CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D. Translucent dark blue in color, the deep ovoid beaker mold-blown and further inflated, with vertical fluting below the rim, elaborate honeycomb pattern on the body, the honeycombs distended toward the base, the rim flaring slightly and cut off, the profiled foot with a beaded stem 8 in. (20.3 cm.) high

.ROMAN GLASS GOBLET WITH BLUE BLOBS NEW YORK | VESSELS   DATE:  3rd Century AD, 4th Century AD CULTURE:  Roman

.ROMAN GLASS GOBLET WITH BLUE BLOBS NEW YORK | VESSELS DATE: 3rd Century AD, 4th Century AD CULTURE: Roman

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