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Glass goods from Roman tombs of the 1st to 3rd century CE. Romano-Germanic Museum in Cologne | Bodendenkmalpflege

Glass Goods from Roman Tombs -- Centuries CE -- Romano-Germanic Museum, Cologne.

By Roman times glass was being blown in large quantities to form containers for liquids and for drinking from. Some beautiful pieces were being made in early times with coloured glass, trailed decoration even double-walled pieces containing gold leaf decoration and by the first few centuries B.C. the millefiore style had been invented. Some of the greatest pieces of Roman glass are the cameo cut examples such as the Portland Vase from the end of the first century B.C. @designerwallace

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.

Amethyst Sceptres

Amethyst Beautiful arrangement of flowerlike scepters of amethyst. Photo: Jeff Scovil Size: x x 1 cm Country: India Locality: Madras

Rhodochrosite “blossom”   Wolf Mine, Betzdorf, Siegerland, Germany

Looks like a beautiful earthshaped: Rhodochrosite “blossom” Wolf Mine, Betzdorf, Siegerland,

Acquamarina (varietà i Berillo) with muscovite  Nagar, Hunza Valley, Gilgit District, Northern Pakistan.  320x180 mm

Acquamarina (varietà i Berillo) with muscovite Nagar, Hunza Valley, Gilgit District, Northern Pakistan.

Clear quartz over a pyrite cube on the bottom encrusted with either amethyst or tiny purple fluorite octahedrons then sprinkled with pyrite. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Quartz on Flourite: from the 2013 Tucson Gem & Mineral Show (photo by Renate Surh) // Crystal Fairy Vibes