Ancient Roman green glass iridescent bottle with rolled rim, linear wrap design on neck

Ancient Roman green glass iridescent bottle with rolled rim, linear wrap design on neck

Roman glass :    Miniature brown glass bottle with a rectangular shaped body, indented base, rolled rim, some iridescence and encrustation.  50 - 100 AD

Roman glass: Miniature brown glass bottle with a rectangular shaped body, indented base, rolled rim, some iridescence and encrustation.

Roman glass :    Miniature light green glass pitcher, cylindrical neck, rolled rim, a single trailed handle to the shoulder and rim, some iridescence and encrustation.  50 - 100 AD

Roman glass : Miniature light green glass pitcher, cylindrical neck, rolled rim, a single trailed handle to the shoulder and rim, with iridescence and encrustation.

Roman glass Ennion jug, 1-50 A.D. Translucent deep honey brow, handle in opaque white, a tabula ansata containing nscribed in Greek "Ennion made me/it", 19.1 cm high. Metropolitan museum of art

Glass jug Signed by Ennion Period: Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian Date: half of century CE

Mold-blown vessel signed by Ennion [Roman; Found on Cyprus] (17.194.226) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mold-Blown Glass Jug -- Roman, Julio-Claudian Period -- Half, Century CE -- Signed by Ennion -- Discovered on Cyprus -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A ROMAN COBALT BLUE GLASS CHALICE   CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D.   The deep body mould-made with vertical fluting above a honeycomb pattern, with slightly flaring rim, on a disc foot with knobbed stem  7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm.) high

A Roman Cobalt Blue Glass Chalice Circa Century A. The deep body mould-made with vertical fluting above a honeycomb pattern, with slightly flaring rim, on a disc foot with knobbed stem 7 in.

Roman artifacts glass Flask :    Golden amber mold-blown Janus glass head flask, the faces similar to either side, rolled rim, some iridescence and encrustation. Janus was the Roman God of beginnings and endings.  50 - 100 AD

Roman artifacts glass Flask : Golden amber mold-blown Janus glass head flask, the faces similar to either side, rolled rim, some iridescence and encrustation. Janus was the Roman God of beginnings and endings.

Rome eastern provinces in the 4th century A.D., this pitcher is unique for its complexity   of decoration and technical quality. To create its subtle basket-weave patterning, it was mold-blown not once, but twice.

Rome eastern provinces in the century A., this pitcher is unique for its complexity of decoration and technical quality. To create its subtle basket-weave patterning, it was mold-blown not once, but twice.

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