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Roman Glass: Jar, 400-599 | Corning Museum of Glass

Roman Glass: Jar, 400-599 | Corning Museum of Glass

A LARGE ROMAN GLASS JAR   circa 3rd-4th century a.d.   Transparent gold in color, free-blown, the globular body on a concave base, with a short neck, flared rim and vertical lip, with twin pale green handle

A LARGE ROMAN GLASS JAR circa 3rd-4th century a.d. Transparent gold in color, free-blown, the globular body on a concave base, with a short neck, flared rim and vertical lip, with twin pale green handle

A Roman Glass Lidded Pyxis with a Chain and Relief Decoration | by Ancient Art & Numismatics

A Roman Glass Lidded Pyxis with a Chain and Relief Decoration | by Ancient Art & Numismatics

A GALLO-ROMAN GLASS JAR  - c. 2nd - 3rd century A.D.  Source: Christies

A GALLO-ROMAN GLASS JAR - c. 2nd - 3rd century A.D. Source: Christies

Glass jar with two handles (amphora). Period: Late Imperial. Date: 3rd century A.D. Culture: Roman.

Glass jar with two handles (amphora). Period: Late Imperial. Date: 3rd century A.D. Culture: Roman.

Large Roman cobalt blue glass jar, circa 1st - 2nd century A.D.

Large Roman cobalt blue glass jar, circa 1st - 2nd century A.D.

Roman Mold-Blown Glass | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Roman Mold-Blown Glass | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A ROMAN RIBBON GLASS ALABASTRON CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C. Cylindrical in form, assembled from fused canes of yellow, white, aubergine, green and blue.

A ROMAN RIBBON GLASS ALABASTRON CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C. Cylindrical in form, assembled from fused canes of yellow, white, aubergine, green and blue.

Flask, Roman, 400-599 | Corning Museum of Glass

Flask, Roman, 400-599 | Corning Museum of Glass

Roman glass jar 3-4 C CE from Artemis Gallery

Roman glass jar 3-4 C CE from Artemis Gallery

roman glass

roman glass

Roman glass rhyton, drinking horn, 75-125 A.D. Used for drinking wine, this unusually shaped vessel was designed to terminate in the head of an animal, perhaps a snail, 21 cm high. Corning museum of glass

Roman glass rhyton, drinking horn, 75-125 A.D. Used for drinking wine, this unusually shaped vessel was designed to terminate in the head of an animal, perhaps a snail, 21 cm high. Corning museum of glass

Roman Glass Amphora | 3rd Century AD | Price $20,000.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Roman Glass Amphora | 3rd Century AD | Price $20,000.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Roman Glass Skyphos in the Getty Villa, July 2008 Wine Cup Roman, 1-100 AD Glass Skyphos

Roman Glass Skyphos in the Getty Villa, July 2008 Wine Cup Roman, 1-100 AD Glass Skyphos

Bowl | Corning Museum of Glass

Bowl | Corning Museum of Glass

#Roman #Glass: Islamic Perfume Flask, 300-499 | Corning Museum of Glass

#Roman #Glass: Islamic Perfume Flask, 300-499 | Corning Museum of Glass