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This Roman glass beaker was originally clear. Over the years, water and atmospheric pollution have created many thin layers of glass on the outside of this object, which has given it an attractive metallic sheen or iridescence.

This Roman glass beaker was originally clear. Over the years, water and atmospheric pollution have created many thin layers of glass on the outside of this object, which has given it an attractive metallic sheen or iridescence.

Beaker with Fine Iridescence. Roman, c. 2nd to 3rd century AD. Height: 3-1/4".  $546

Beaker with Fine Iridescence. Roman, c. 2nd to 3rd century AD. Height: 3-1/4". $546

This Roman glass jar was originally clear. Over the years, water and atmospheric pollution have created many thin layers of glass on the outside of this object, which has given it an attractive metallic sheen or iridescence. Accession number 1977.113.45

This Roman glass jar was originally clear. Over the years, water and atmospheric pollution have created many thin layers of glass on the outside of this object, which has given it an attractive metallic sheen or iridescence. Accession number 1977.113.45

Roman Cage Cup, 4th Century AD Roman glass beaker (aka vas diatretum, plural diatreta, or “reticulated cup”) from second half of the 4th century. Found in Cologne, now in the Staatliche Antikensammlung Munich. There are only 50 beakers of this kind left, most are broken. The characters at the top say “Bibe multis annis” short for “Bibe vivas multis annis” (Drink and you will live for many years").

Roman Cage Cup, 4th Century AD Roman glass beaker (aka vas diatretum, plural diatreta, or “reticulated cup”) from second half of the 4th century. Found in Cologne, now in the Staatliche Antikensammlung Munich. There are only 50 beakers of this kind left, most are broken. The characters at the top say “Bibe multis annis” short for “Bibe vivas multis annis” (Drink and you will live for many years").

AN ABBASID GREEN AND CLEAR GLASS FRAGMENTARY CAMEO BEAKER PROBABLY SAMARRA, MESOPOTAMIA, 8TH/9TH CENTURY

AN ABBASID GREEN AND CLEAR GLASS FRAGMENTARY CAMEO BEAKER PROBABLY SAMARRA, MESOPOTAMIA, 8TH/9TH CENTURY

Superb Intact XL Genuine Ancient Roman Glass Vial 99AD HEAVY Silver-White Iridescence Green-Pink-Purple-Blue Glass Bottle #53812

Superb Intact XL Genuine Ancient Roman Glass Vial 99AD HEAVY Silver-White Iridescence Green-Pink-Purple-Blue Glass Bottle #53812

Ornate Jar with Trailed Decoration and Fine Iridescence. Roman, 4th to 5th century AD. Height: 2-7/8". Blown from aqua-green glass.  $2,473

Ornate Jar with Trailed Decoration and Fine Iridescence. Roman, 4th to 5th century AD. Height: 2-7/8". Blown from aqua-green glass. $2,473

A rare gallo-roman blue-green blown glass lidded urn or cinerarium. 1st-2nd century A.D. - Eloge de l'Art par Alain Truong

A rare gallo-roman blue-green blown glass lidded urn or cinerarium. 1st-2nd century A.D. - Eloge de l'Art par Alain Truong

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