A ROMAN MARBLED GLASS BOTTLE circa early-mid century AD. Free-blown from cane sections of assembled amber, purple and white forming a marbled pattern, the piriform body with a tall cylindrical neck and faring rim.
A Roman Blue Mould-Blown Glass Flask Circa Century A. The octagonal body with central concentric rings on each side, the neck with everted rim and applied pale green twin handles, with flattened rectangular base 3 in.
The Israel Museum Permanent Galleries Small bottle preserving the basic bubble shape Eastern Mediterranean and probably Italy century CE Greenish blue blown glass H D cm Dobkin Collection Accession number:
Phoenician glass Core-formed dark blue glass vessel, created by one of the oldest glassmaking techniques. The body wound with blue, red and beige spirals, a handle to the rim and shoulder, with a base.