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Roman Glass: Flask, 400-599 | Corning Museum of Glass

Beaker with Mythological Figures -- Roman -- 50 - 75 CE -- The J. Paul Getty Trust

Cut glass bowl excavated from a 5th C. burial mound in Nara Prefecture, Japan is the first import known with the chemical composition almost identical to that of glass shards excavated from the ruins of a palace from the Sassanian Empire (226-651) in present-day Iran and Iraq.

Slender Glass Cosmetic Flask with small delicate handles. Late Roman Imperial or Early Byzantine Period, about 4th century CE. MFA

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#Roman #Glass: Goblet, 300-499 | Corning Museum of Glass

Japanese cut-glass called Edo Kiriko. Edo Kiriko is a glass craft that has been handed down in Tokyo. In Edo (present-day Tokyo) in 1824, Kyubei Kagaya started exploring the technique of cutting patterns into the surface of glass.

Greek Blue Glass Carinated Bowl | 1st Century BC, 1st Century AD | Price $10,500.00 | Greek | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

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