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A ROMAN PALE GREEN GLASS CUP CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D. The body with flaring sides, short vertical rim rising from a folded hollow flanged collar, applied base ring with diagonal tooling marks 2.7/8 in. (7.4 cm.) high

Roman pale green glass cup, ca c A., the body with flaring sides, short vertical rim rising from a folded hollow flanged collar, applied base ring with diagonal tooling marks in.

Roman ribbed bowl, 1st century A.D., 6.1 cm high. Private collection

archaicwonder: “Roman Ribbed Glass Bowl, Century ADThe first examples of ribbed bowls date back to the second quarter of the century BC;

1st AD Roman blown glass bowl. 4.5 x 7.7 x 7.7 cm (1 3/4" x 3" x 3"). Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson, 1947.894

Roman blown glass bowl, century AD (Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson, The Art Institute of Chicago)

Object of the day: Glass bowl, Roman, ca. 100 AD, KSUM 1983.4.136. This remarkable piece that is almost 2000 years old is currently on view in the glass exhibition in our Tarter/Miller Gallery.

Object of the day: Glass bowl, Roman, ca. 100 AD, KSUM This remarkable piece that is almost 2000 years old is currently on view in the glass exhibition in our Tarter/Miller Gallery.

A ROMAN RIBBED GLASS BOWL CIRCA LATE 1ST CENTURY B.C.- EARLY 1ST CENTURY A.D.

A ROMAN RIBBED GLASS BOWL CIRCA LATE 1ST CENTURY B.C.- EARLY 1ST CENTURY A.D.

A LATE ROMAN GREEN GLASS INSCRIBED BOWL  4TH CENTURY A.D.  The bulbous bowl with folded slightly flaring rim, the body decorated with wheel-cut wide band of cross-hatching above the double-line Greek inscription "YTIA" (Good Health)  2½ in. (6.4 cm.) high; 3¼ in. (8.2 cm.) rim diam.

Roman glass inscribed bowl, century A.The bulbous bowl with folded slightly flaring rim, the body decorated with wheel cut wide band of cross hatching above the double line Greek inscription "YTIA" Good Health, cm high.

Roman cut glass cup, 100 AD :More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Roman Cut Glass Cup Cut glass, century C., from the eastern Mediterranean or Italy.

A FATIMID DEEP SEA GREEN GLASS BOWL  EGYPT OR SYRIA, 10TH CENTURY  Of rounded form with inverted base and stepped rim, the sides moulded with simple roundels each containing six circles around a central circle, further circles in the interstices above and below, a minor band with ovals above and similar band of circles around the foot, intact, original surface, areas of creamy iridescence, fitted case  7¼in. (18.4cm.) diam.

A FATIMID DEEP SEA GREEN GLASS BOWL EGYPT OR SYRIA, 10TH CENTURY Of rounded form with inverted base and stepped rim, the sides moulded with simple roundels each containing six circles around a central circle, further circles in the interstices above and below, a minor band with ovals above and similar band of circles around the foot, intact, original surface, areas of creamy iridescence, fitted case 7¼in. (18.4cm.) diam.

Glass Bowl, c. 375-425, late Roman, glass.

Glass Bowl Date: Culture: Late Roman Medium: Glass (greenish) Dimensions: Overall: 3 x 4 in. x cm) Classification: Glass-Vessels Credit Line: Gift of Henry G.

A large Roman purple footed glass bowl  Circa 4th Century A.D. With outward folded rim, the body with vertical upper walls curving inwards to the tooled pushed-in base with hollow tubular base ring, 6¾in (17cm) diam, 4¼in (11cm) high

A large Roman purple footed glass bowl Circa Century A. With outward folded rim, the body with vertical upper walls curving inwards to the tooled pushed-in base with hollow tubular base ring, diam, high

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