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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.)

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.

Blue Perfume Flask / Unknown : Blue Perfume Flask with a White Trail, Roman, A.D.

Peter Layton

Peter Layton

BLUE AND YELLOW CORE- FORMED GLASS AMPHORISKOS       DATE:  4th Century BC  CULTURE:  Hellenistic Greek  CATEGORY:  Vessels  MEDIUM:  Glass

BLUE AND YELLOW CORE- FORMED GLASS AMPHORISKOS DATE: 4th Century BC CULTURE: Hellenistic Greek CATEGORY: Vessels MEDIUM: Glass

Émile Gallé

Émile Gallé

RARE Antique Art Deco Fenton Cobalt Blue Carnival Glass 6" Blue Bird Vase Mint | eBay

RARE Antique Art Deco Fenton Cobalt Blue Carnival Glass 6" Blue Bird Vase Mint | eBay

Fresh as the day it was carved, 400 yr-old Qing Dynasty jade cabbage. Spot the katydid!

Fresh as the day it was carved, 400 yr-old Qing Dynasty jade cabbage. Spot the katydid!

Amphoriskos - Fourth century AD, Near East (?), Blown molded glass, the handle and decorative elements added at a later stage

Amphoriskos - Fourth century AD, Near East (?), Blown molded glass, the handle and decorative elements added at a later stage

Scientists say a cut glass bowl excavated from a 5th-century burial mound in Nara Prefecture originated in ancient Persia, the first domestic glassware scientifically confirmed to have arrived from western Asia. The chemical composition was almost identical to that of glass shards excavated from the ruins of a palace from the Sasanian Empire (226-651) in present-day Iran and Iraq.The glass bowl is on display at the Tokyo National Museum through Dec. 7.

Scientists say a cut glass bowl excavated from a 5th-century burial mound in Nara Prefecture originated in ancient Persia, the first domestic glassware scientifically confirmed to have arrived from western Asia. The chemical composition was almost identical to that of glass shards excavated from the ruins of a palace from the Sasanian Empire (226-651) in present-day Iran and Iraq.The glass bowl is on display at the Tokyo National Museum through Dec. 7.

A ROMAN GLASS GOBLET  CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D.  Translucent dark blue in color, the deep ovoid beaker mold-blown and further inflated, with vertical fluting below the rim, elaborate honeycomb pattern on the body, the honeycombs distended toward the base, the rim flaring slightly and cut off, the profiled foot with a beaded stem  8 in. (20.3 cm.) high

A ROMAN GLASS GOBLET CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D. Translucent dark blue in color, the deep ovoid beaker mold-blown and further inflated, with vertical fluting below the rim, elaborate honeycomb pattern on the body, the honeycombs distended toward the base, the rim flaring slightly and cut off, the profiled foot with a beaded stem 8 in. (20.3 cm.) high

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