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Roman Empire, eastern Mediterranean, ca. 1st to 3rd centuries CE.After the invention of blown glass in the first century CE, glass became easy to mass produce as well as cheaper, and so glass items entered everyday Roman life for the majority of householders; a small vessel like this one may have been used for pouring olive oil. Size: 5" H (12.7 cm)

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Grant Howard Olive Square Cruet, 17 Ounce

Constructed from sturdy glass, it features a classic olive print. It also comes with a plastic pour spout, which has a drip catcher for mess-free pouring. Perfect for everyday use, from salads to pasta night and more, this cruet provides a touch of Mediterranean charm to any kitchen décor.

Roman white glass box with lid, 1st century A.D. Translucent white glass, mold blown, body in three part mold, cylindrical body decorated with continuous frieze of upright and inverted palmettes, on the base, four concentric circles, conical lid decorated with concentric zone of gadroons surrounded by continuous frieze of alternating upright and inverted palmettes, 7.8 cm high. Corning museum of glass


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