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Gold Glass with Sts. Peter and Paul and Peregrina / Roman mid-4th century / Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vessel, Bottom Date: 4th century Culture: Roman Medium: Glass, gold leaf

edokiriko Japanese traditional glass art made by Hanashyo sake glass 江戸切子 酒器 華硝日本

Loetz Glass Vase w/ Silver Overlay ~ Early 20th Century

Gold swivel ring, Late-4th century B.C. Gold, glass The National Museum of Western Art Hashimoto Collection

Roman gold glass medallion with Christ as a Miracle Worker, 4th-6th century A.D…

Émile Gallé | Vase with Ribbons, Floral Motifs and Dragonflies. Workshop of Emile Galle, France, Nancy. Circa 1889. Hermitage Museum.

Engraved bowl with medallions, 4th century A.D. Roman. Glass.

Kazumi Ikemoto. His images appear to be painted on the glass but are instead created by using a simple nozzle he blows vitreous enamel pigments onto the glass surface, then removes excess pigments with a brush and fires the layer at a temperature of 560 degree C. He repeats the process layer by layer of color. In addition to his career as an independent artist, Ikemoto is a professor at the Tama Art Institute, where the first glass art program in Japan was established.

Ancient Rome. 1st - 2nd Century AD. [The copper colourant around the outside. Copper? Chrome? I NEED TO MAKE ONE OF THESE.]