AN EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN CORE-FORMED GLASS ARYBALLOS  LATE 6TH-5TH CENTURY B.C.  The dark blue spherical body with opaque yellow and turquoise marvered decoration, comprising a yellow trail spiralling around the shoulder, a yellow and turquoise zigzag pattern around the body with two yellow bands below, an applied turquoise trail around everted rim edge, twin 'duck head' handles  2 5/8 in. (6.7 cm.) high

AN EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN CORE-FORMED GLASS ARYBALLOS LATE 6TH-5TH CENTURY B.C. The dark blue spherical body with opaque yellow and turquoise marvered decoration, comprising a yellow trail spiralling around the shoulder, a yellow and turquoise zigzag pattern around the body with two yellow bands below, an applied turquoise trail around everted rim edge, twin 'duck head' handles 2 5/8 in. (6.7 cm.) high

Core-formed glass vessels with patterned decoration were fashioned as containers for costly perfumed ointments, scented oils, and cosmetics.  The vessel shapes generally imitated those of containers made of beautifully veined stone or decorated pottery, industries of great antiquity and sophistication in ancient Egypt.

Core-formed glass vessels with patterned decoration were fashioned as containers for costly perfumed ointments, scented oils, and cosmetics. The vessel shapes generally imitated those of containers made of beautifully veined stone or decorated pottery, industries of great antiquity and sophistication in ancient Egypt.

A Greek blue core-formed aryballos  Eastern Mediterranean, circa 6th-5th Century B.C. Possibly from Rhodes, the spherical body with yellow spiral trail above and below finely tooled turquoise and yellow zigzag decoration, with applied yellow trail at the edge of the rim, the bottom with a yellow and turquoise circle, with matching blue applied scrolling handles, 2¼in (6cm) high, mounted

A Greek blue core-formed aryballos Eastern Mediterranean, circa 6th-5th Century B.C. Possibly from Rhodes, the spherical body with yellow spiral trail above and below finely tooled turquoise and yellow zigzag decoration, with applied yellow trail at the edge of the rim, the bottom with a yellow and turquoise circle, with matching blue applied scrolling handles, 2¼in (6cm) high, mounted

TITLE:	Vessel  OWNER:	Freer Gallery of Art  COUNTRY OF ORIGIN:	Egypt  DATE OF CREATION:	1300 BC

TITLE: Vessel OWNER: Freer Gallery of Art COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Egypt DATE OF CREATION: 1300 BC

Hellenistic Core- Formed Glass Hydria | 4th Century BC | Price $10,000.00 | Greek, Hellenistic Greek | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Hellenistic Core- Formed Glass Hydria | 4th Century BC | Price $10,000.00 | Greek, Hellenistic Greek | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Rare Greek Core-Formed Glass Oinochoe. This and more ancient art for sale on the CuratorsEye.com

Rare Greek Core-Formed Glass Oinochoe. This and more ancient art for sale on the CuratorsEye.com

A GREEK CORE-FORMED GLASS AMPHORISKOS   EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, CIRCA 6TH-5TH CENTURY B.C.   With opaque white ovoid body, cylindrical neck with everted rim, applied aubergine marvered threads wound spirally and tooled into a zigzag pattern, aubergine trail around knob base and rim, twin vertical handles, rim restored  4 1/8 in. (10.5 cm.) high

A GREEK CORE-FORMED GLASS AMPHORISKOS EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, CIRCA 6TH-5TH CENTURY B.C. With opaque white ovoid body, cylindrical neck with everted rim, applied aubergine marvered threads wound spirally and tooled into a zigzag pattern, aubergine trail around knob base and rim, twin vertical handles, rim restored 4 1/8 in. (10.5 cm.) high

Eastern Mediterranean Core Formed Glass Amphoriskos. Important fine art for sale on CuratorsEye.com

Eastern Mediterranean Core Formed Glass Amphoriskos. Important fine art for sale on CuratorsEye.com

Amphoriskos   Eastern Mediterranean   6th-5th century BC   Turquoise-blue glass, core-formed

Amphoriskos Eastern Mediterranean 6th-5th century BC Turquoise-blue glass, core-formed

A GREEK CORE-FORMED GLASS AMPHORISKOS  CIRCA 6TH-5TH CENTURY B.C.  The dark blue ovoid body with cylindrical neck and everted rim, applied opaque yellow and turquoise marvered threads wound spirally and tooled into a festoon pattern, yellow and turquoise bands below, applied yellow trail around foot, turquoise trail around rim, twin applied handles  3 1/8 in. (8 cm.) high

A GREEK CORE-FORMED GLASS AMPHORISKOS CIRCA 6TH-5TH CENTURY B.C. The dark blue ovoid body with cylindrical neck and everted rim, applied opaque yellow and turquoise marvered threads wound spirally and tooled into a festoon pattern, yellow and turquoise bands below, applied yellow trail around foot, turquoise trail around rim, twin applied handles 3 1/8 in. (8 cm.) high

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