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Byzantine/Islamic bangles (more likely Islamic). Eastern Mediterranean.

Byzantine/Islamic bangles (more likely Islamic). Eastern Mediterranean.

Byzantine/Islamic (more probably Islamic) glass bangles. Eastern Mediterranean.

Byzantine/Islamic (more probably Islamic) glass bangles. Eastern Mediterranean.

Islamic glass bangles. From an English collection.

Islamic glass bangles. From an English collection.

Islamic glass bracelet

Islamic glass bracelet

ELEVEN ROMAN AND ISLAMIC GLASS BANGLES CIRCA 4TH-12TH CENTURY A.D. Including seven Islamic polychrome glass bangles and three fragments, all 9th-12th Century A.D.; and a fragmentary moulded blue glass bracelet with scarab decoration, probably 4th-5th Century A.D. 3 in. (7.7 cm.) diam. max. (11)

ELEVEN ROMAN AND ISLAMIC GLASS BANGLES CIRCA 4TH-12TH CENTURY A.D. Including seven Islamic polychrome glass bangles and three fragments, all 9th-12th Century A.D.; and a fragmentary moulded blue glass bracelet with scarab decoration, probably 4th-5th Century A.D. 3 in. (7.7 cm.) diam. max. (11)

Bangles of various sizes 12th–15th centuries, Fustat (medieval Cairo), Egypt Glass Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, 1970.3.231, 1970.3.321, and 1970.3.337

Bangles of various sizes 12th–15th centuries, Fustat (medieval Cairo), Egypt Glass Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, 1970.3.231, 1970.3.321, and 1970.3.337

Glass bangles. Syria/Palestine 13th–15th C.

This Week’s Featured Object: Medieval Islamic Glass Bangle

Glass bangles. Syria/Palestine 13th–15th C.

An Islamic green glass bangle of almost circular form decorated with two thin applied white and blank bands and a central thicker yellow, black, white and red band. Bangle measures 79 mm/3.11 ins. maximum external diameter and is 8-11 mm/0.3-0.4 in. thick. Some minor wear particularly to the thinner applied bands, but overall a nice example. Egypt, Islamic period, c. 9th-15th Century A.D.

An Islamic green glass bangle of almost circular form decorated with two thin applied white and blank bands and a central thicker yellow, black, white and red band. Bangle measures 79 mm/3.11 ins. maximum external diameter and is 8-11 mm/0.3-0.4 in. thick. Some minor wear particularly to the thinner applied bands, but overall a nice example. Egypt, Islamic period, c. 9th-15th Century A.D.

Medieval Islamic Glass Bangle  CULTURE / REGION OF ORIGIN: Islamic, Syria-Palestine.  DATE: 13th – 15th Century CE.  PROVENANCE: Ex collection of a London private gentleman, acquired on  the UK art market in the 1990s. DIMENSIONS:  6.60 cm. (2.6 in.) maximum diameter.

Medieval Islamic Glass Bangle CULTURE / REGION OF ORIGIN: Islamic, Syria-Palestine. DATE: 13th – 15th Century CE. PROVENANCE: Ex collection of a London private gentleman, acquired on the UK art market in the 1990s. DIMENSIONS: 6.60 cm. (2.6 in.) maximum diameter.

An Islamic glass bangle, Egypt, 9th-15th Century A.D.

An Islamic glass bangle, Egypt, 9th-15th Century A.D.

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