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A ROMAN RIBBED GLASS BOWL CIRCA LATE 1ST CENTURY B.C.- EARLY 1ST CENTURY A.D.

A ROMAN RIBBED GLASS BOWL CIRCA LATE 1ST CENTURY B.C.- EARLY 1ST CENTURY A.D.

Glass bowl (1st c. AD) Cypriot, Roman period, H: 4.6 cm / D.(max.): 12.5 cm. Mould-blown glass bowl, decorated with vertical ribs on its body. Its base, slightly concave at the centre, is decorated with two incised concentric circles. Τhe vessel imitates metallic shapes.

Glass bowl (1st c. AD) Cypriot, Roman period, H: 4.6 cm / D.(max.): 12.5 cm. Mould-blown glass bowl, decorated with vertical ribs on its body. Its base, slightly concave at the centre, is decorated with two incised concentric circles. Τhe vessel imitates metallic shapes.

A ROMAN MOSAIC GLASS PATELLA CUP   circa late 1st century b.c.- early 1st century a.d.   Assembled from cane sections of turquoise and yellow, red and yellow, and red and white, on a purple ground, the cast carinated bowl with rounded horizontal rim, the out-splayed applied base ring with a rounded edge  3 in. (9.4 cm) in diameter; 1 in. (4 cm) high

A ROMAN MOSAIC GLASS PATELLA CUP circa late 1st century b.c.- early 1st century a.d. Assembled from cane sections of turquoise and yellow, red and yellow, and red and white, on a purple ground, the cast carinated bowl with rounded horizontal rim, the out-splayed applied base ring with a rounded edge 3 in. (9.4 cm) in diameter; 1 in. (4 cm) 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

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

Roman early Imperial, late 1st C. BCE–early A.D. Glass mosaic Scyphus. W. 9+in . Made from fused canes of polychrome mosaic glass with bands of gold leaf between two layers of colorless glass. It is the largest surviving example of an ancient vessel made using gold-band glass. In the Hellenistic period (3rd–1st C. BCE) Scyphus or large cast glass drinking cups with a deep shape and projecting handles became popular. They were however, usually made of colorless or monochrome translucent…

Roman early Imperial, late 1st C. BCE–early A.D. Glass mosaic Scyphus. W. 9+in . Made from fused canes of polychrome mosaic glass with bands of gold leaf between two layers of colorless glass. It is the largest surviving example of an ancient vessel made using gold-band glass. In the Hellenistic period (3rd–1st C. BCE) Scyphus or large cast glass drinking cups with a deep shape and projecting handles became popular. They were however, usually made of colorless or monochrome translucent…

Amber Bowl with White Ridges. Unknown, Roman, A.D. 1–100. Glass, 4 1/16 in. diam. 2003.475. The J. Paul Getty Trust © J. Paul Getty Trust.

Amber Bowl with White Ridges. Unknown, Roman, A.D. 1–100. Glass, 4 1/16 in. diam. 2003.475. The J. Paul Getty Trust © J. Paul Getty Trust.

Glass perfume bottle Period: Early Imperial Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass; blown Dimensions: H. 2 3/4 in. (7 cm); widt...

Glass perfume bottle Period: Early Imperial Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass; blown Dimensions: H. 2 3/4 in. (7 cm); widt...

Perfume flask with Egyptian motifs, Roman, ca 25 B.C-A.D.25

Perfume flask with Egyptian motifs, Roman, ca 25 B.C-A.D.25

Roman ribbed mosaic glass bowl, early Imperial, c. late 1st century BCE–early 1st century CE.

Roman ribbed mosaic glass bowl, early Imperial, c. late 1st century BCE–early 1st century CE.

.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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