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Object of the day: Glass bowl, Roman, ca. 100 AD, KSUM 1983.4.136. This remarkable piece that is almost 2000 years old is currently on view in the glass exhibition in our Tarter/Miller Gallery.

Object of the day: Glass bowl, Roman, ca. 100 AD, KSUM This remarkable piece that is almost 2000 years old is currently on view in the glass exhibition in our Tarter/Miller Gallery.

BYZANTINE GLASS BEAKER           VI C. A.D. Light green, transparent bubbly ware. Body narrowing downwards, with conical bottom and short bulging reworked rim.  Hollow stem, closed by a " bubble". Mended from original pieces only. H 3.5"(8.8 cm), D. rim 2.8"(7.1 cm).

BYZANTINE GLASS BEAKER VI C. Body narrowing downwards, with conical bottom and short bulging reworked rim. Hollow stem, closed by a " bubble". Mended from original pieces only.

3rd - 4th AD Roman glass beaker, Eastern Mediterranean; blown glass with cut decoration. 11 x 8.7 x 8.7 cm (4 3/8" x 3 3/8" x 3 3/8"). Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson, 1946.1057

blown glass with cut decoration. 11 x x cm x 3 x 3 Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S.

A ROMAN "SPLASHED" GLASS CUP  CIRCA 1ST HALF OF THE 1ST CENTURY A.D.  Transparent pale green in color, free-blown, the surface embellished with applied transparent aubergine and opaque white patches, then further inflated, the biconical body with slightly flanged rim, on a concave base  2 7/8 in. (7.3 cm.) high

A ROMAN "SPLASHED" GLASS CUP CIRCA 1ST HALF OF THE 1ST CENTURY A.D. Transparent pale green in color, free-blown, the surface embellished with applied transparent aubergine and opaque white patches, then further inflated, the biconical body with slightly flanged rim, on a concave base 2 7/8 in. (7.3 cm.) high

Glass bowl signed by Ennion. Blown in a four part mold. Roman, first half of 1st century A.D. Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia. E N N I O N E P O I E I : "Ennion Made Me."

Roman glass bowl signed by Ennion, A. Blown in a four part mold, inscribed in Greek E N N I O N E P O I E I "Ennion Made Me". Chrysler Museum of art, Norfolk, Virginia

1st AD Roman blown glass bowl. 4.5 x 7.7 x 7.7 cm (1 3/4" x 3" x 3"). Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson, 1947.894

Roman blown glass bowl, century AD (Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson, The Art Institute of Chicago)

A Roman Glass Bowl, 1st century AD, possibly made in Germany, the bowl of green glass with dimples around the exterior rim, 8cm diameter

A Roman Glass Bowl, century AD, possibly made in Germany, the bowl of green glass with dimples around the exterior rim, diameter

Large Cup or Stein. Roman Asia Minor, late 1st to 3rd century AD. Height: 4-7/8"; Width: 6-3/4". Nicely crafted in aqua blue glass, $460

Large Cup or Stein. Roman Asia Minor, late 1st to 3rd century AD. Height: 4-7/8"; Width: 6-3/4". Nicely crafted in aqua blue glass, $460

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A ROMAN GLASS PLATE CIRCA CENTURY A. Transparent green in color, free-blown, of broad, shallow form on an applied ring foot, with a thin groove on the exterior of the rim; extensive iridescence throughout in.

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