Ancient glass vessels from Pakistan/Afghanistan region - age 2000-1000    SKJ ancient bead art |

Ancient glass vessels from Pakistan/Afghanistan region - age 2000-1000 SKJ ancient bead art |

Roman iridescent glass flask; the iridescence come from chemical reactions as this type of glass aged or with the environments from which it was excavated!

Roman iridescent glass flask; the iridescence come from chemical reactions as this type of glass aged or with the environments from which it was excavated!

This flask on view in Heaven and Earth: Art of Byanzium from Greek Collections would once have been used to sprinkle myrrh and holy water. Sprinkler Flask, late 1300s–early 1400s, made in Patras, Greece. Glass, 9 7/16 in. high. Image courtesy of the Patras Archaeological Museum -

This flask on view in Heaven and Earth: Art of Byanzium from Greek Collections would once have been used to sprinkle myrrh and holy water. Sprinkler Flask, late 1300s–early 1400s, made in Patras, Greece. Glass, 9 7/16 in. high. Image courtesy of the Patras Archaeological Museum -

Egyptian mosaic glass ibis inlay, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. The translucent amethyst body with opaque white wing, translucent yellow legs, red circled eyes and yellow beak in green matrix, 1.9 cm long. Private collection

Egyptian mosaic glass ibis inlay, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. The translucent amethyst body with opaque white wing, translucent yellow legs, red circled eyes and yellow beak in green matrix, 1.9 cm long. Private collection

Glass perfume bottle Period: Mid-Imperial Date: 2nd–3rd century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass; blown Dimensions: Overall: 3 15/16in. (9.9cm) Other: 2 3/16in. (5.6cm) Classification: Glass Credit Line: The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, 1874–76

Glass perfume bottle Period: Mid-Imperial Date: 2nd–3rd century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass; blown Dimensions: Overall: 3 15/16in. (9.9cm) Other: 2 3/16in. (5.6cm) Classification: Glass Credit Line: The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, 1874–76

necklace, gold and glass, Roman *684

Roman C AD. Fourteen scaraboid shaped rock crystal beads, form fitted with gold collars soldered to small cylindrical gold sheet terminations; fourteen conical shaped rock crystal beads, one compressed sphere bead, L.

Roman jug from Sidon 1st century. THE VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM. Ancient Glass Blog of the Allaire Collection.

Roman jug from Sidon 1st century. THE VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM. Ancient Glass Blog of the Allaire Collection.

A Marvellous Twin-handled Amphora. Roman Syria or Phoenicia, c. 3rd to 4th century AD. Height: 8-3/8". Blown from a yellow-green to faintly olive glass $2,530

A Marvellous Twin-handled Amphora. Roman Syria or Phoenicia, c. 3rd to 4th century AD. Height: 8-3/8". Blown from a yellow-green to faintly olive glass $2,530

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