Roman Blown Glass Pitcher with Applique of a Bacchant.

Roman Glass: Pitcher with Applique of a Bacchant -- CE -- Corning Museum of Glass

A ROMAN MARBLED GLASS BOTTLE   circa early-mid 1st century a.d.   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  2.5/8 in. (6.7 cm) high

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.

Epoque romaine 1er siècle - Christie's

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.

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

Overview - The Israel Museum Permanent Galleries

Glass jug, Roman, 3rd century (glass)Art Roman Glass More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Glass jug, Roman, 3rd century (glass)Art Roman Glass More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

ROMAN GLASS ARYBALLOS WITH CHAIN & STOPPER. Second half of 1st century AD Eastern Mediterranean, probably Asia Minor. Size 7.3 cm (body) 7.0 cm. Weight 188 g. Hans van Rossum - Allaire Collection.

ROMAN GLASS ARYBALLOS WITH CHAIN & STOPPER

Roman aryballos with chain and stopper, second half of century AD Eastern Mediterranean, probably Asia Minor. Weight 188 g. Weight 188 g.

מבט אל תצוגת הקבע של מוזיאון ישראל  Green Blue blown glass, 1st century AD, probably from Italy.

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. Some encrustations. 400 - 200 BC

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.

Roman Blue Glass Amphoriskos | Vessels   Date:  1st Century AD Culture:  Roman Category:  Vessels Medium:  Glass

Roman blue glass amphoriskos, century A. Mold blown cobal blue body with handles in light amethyst color, geometric decorations, cm high.

Exquisite Single handed jug signed by Ennion. Blown in a four-part mold. Roman, first half of 1st century A.D. Collection of the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York. ENNION EPOIEI: "Ennion Made Me."

Roman glass single handed jug signed by Ennion, A. Blown in a four part mold, inscribed E N N I O N E P O I E I "Ennion Made Me". Corning museum of glass

Roman glass bottle shaped like a bunch of grapes, 3rd century A.D. Metropolian museum of art

Roman Glass bottle shaped like a bunch of grapes, Late Imperial century A.

Roman, Glass jar, 1st-5th century

Small jar with lid. Jar has long neck tapering to wide flaring mouth, low squat body. Rim rounded to hold lid. Lid plain (conical) with knob and thickened edge. Top of knob broken.

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