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57R Roman Glass Cup or Lamp with Blue Blobs, 4th Century

57R Roman Glass Cup or Lamp with Blue Blobs, 4th Century

2000 year old murrine in British Museum

2000 year old murrine in British Museum

61R Small Roman Glass Cup call Acetabulum, used to drank a mixture of vinegar and water, First Century

61R Small Roman Glass Cup call Acetabulum, used to drank a mixture of vinegar and water, First Century

Roman Glass: Bowl with Heavy Hollow Folded Rim, 400-599 | Corning Museum of Glass

Roman Glass: Bowl with Heavy Hollow Folded Rim, 400-599 | Corning Museum of Glass

Mug or Measure, Roman Empire, 1-199. 61.1.8.

Mug or Measure, Roman Empire, 1-199. 61.1.8.

Roman Glass: Beaker, probably 325-375 | Corning Museum of Glass

Roman Glass: Beaker, probably 325-375 | Corning Museum of Glass

Beaker | Corning Museum of Glass

Beaker | Corning Museum of Glass

Emerald Green Glass Bowl   First Century AD   Early Imperial, Roman  These small cast bowls are modeled in shape on Roman silverware and Arretine pottery. Likewise, the brilliant emerald green color appears to be an innovation of the Roman glass industry itself. This was probably based in Italy, although examples of such bowls, either in mosaic glass or in monochrome versions of both translucent and opaque glass, are found throughout the Roman world.

Emerald Green Glass Bowl First Century AD Early Imperial, Roman These small cast bowls are modeled in shape on Roman silverware and Arretine pottery. Likewise, the brilliant emerald green color appears to be an innovation of the Roman glass industry itself. This was probably based in Italy, although examples of such bowls, either in mosaic glass or in monochrome versions of both translucent and opaque glass, are found throughout the Roman world.

Roman - Pyxis - Walters 4776 - View A - Roman glass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Roman - Pyxis - Walters 4776 - View A - Roman glass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Roman Glass: Beaker, 300-399 | Corning Museum of Glass

Roman Glass: Beaker, 300-399 | Corning Museum of Glass

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