ROMAN COBALT BLUE GLASS AMPHORISKOS Mold-blown, the ovoid body with concentric horizontal ridges and a pointed base, with a cylindrical neck, flaring mouth, the rim folded out then in, and twin vertical handles. Later 1st Century AD H. 4 1/4 in. (10.8 cm.)
Blue Perfume Flask / Unknown : Blue Perfume Flask with a White Trail, Roman, A.D.
hexagonal amphoriskos, 1st c AD
Antique Art Deco Fenton Cobalt Blue Carnival Glass 6"
ROMAN BLUE GLASS AMPHORISKOS. 1st Century AD. Roman
Amphoriskos - Fourth century AD, Near East (?), Blown molded glass, the handle and decorative elements added at a later stage
Glass bowl Roman 1st half of 1st century AD :More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest
Glass jug,Early to Mid Imperial late 1st–2nd century A.D.Roman.Glass; blown in a dip mold and tooled.The Met image.
Roman banded agate amphoriskos (perfume bottle), late 1st century BC–early 1st century AD.
Roman glass bottle decorated with white, blue and gilded snake-threads, Museum het Valkhof, Nijmegen (Netherlands). by Following Hadrian, Flickr