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Gray Roman-Byzantine Era Replica Glass Vessel

Gray Roman-Byzantine Era Replica Glass Vessel

Early Byzantine Period, Circa 3rd - 5th c. CE Dimensions: 2,8 x 1,8 cm Material: Glass & Gold Condition: Intact Region: Western Asia

Early Byzantine Period, Circa - c. CE Dimensions: x cm Material: Glass & Gold Condition: Intact Region: Western Asia

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.

A BYZANTINE SILVER CUP   Circa 5th-7th Century A.D.   The shallow vessel on a short cylindrical stem and wide foot, the single handle with flat thumbrest and down-curving finger loop, the tondo of the vessel engraved with a chi-rho within two concentric circles, the underside of the foot engraved with a star  4½ in. (11.4 cm) long; 1 3/8 in. (3.5 cm) high

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A BYZANTINE SILVER CUP Circa 5th-7th Century A.D. The shallow vessel on a short cylindrical stem and wide foot, the single handle with flat thumbrest and down-curving finger loop, the tondo of the vessel engraved with a chi-rho within two concentric circles, the underside of the foot engraved with a star 4½ in. (11.4 cm) long; 1 3/8 in. (3.5 cm) high

Byzantine amber glass jar with multicolored iridescence The square-sided body decorated with relief panels of an angel raising a staff in his right hand, a tree, a date-palm, and a seated and standing figure. Very rare type. 6th-7th Century AD

Byzantine amber glass jar with multicolored iridescence The square-sided body decorated with relief panels of an angel raising a staff in his right hand, a tree, a date-palm, and a seated and standing figure. Very rare type.

TWO MINIATURE BYZANTINE GLASS JUG PENDANTS  CIRCA MID 4TH-EARLY 5TH CENTURY A.D.

Two miniature Byzantine glass jug pendants, circa to Century A. (I don't care for the jugs, but I like the idea of encirling a focal bead in a ring.

Roman Glass 4th Century -- GSG: q=Vessels +types=Vessels+Decorative Arts

Roman Glass Century -- GSG: q=Vessels +types=Vessels+Decorative Arts

Roman Key Ring with Inscription, 4th century, Byzantine. Gold. Height 18.1 mm; exterior diam. of hoop 24.45 mm; bezel 22.36 {x} 14.57 mm Weight 13.55 grams US size 4.25; UK size H ½ © The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Roman Key Ring with Inscription, century, Byzantine. ---Treasures and Talismans Rings from the Griffin Collection' at the Metropolitan Museum

Steelyard Weight with a Bust of a Byzantine Princess, 400–450  Early Byzantine (Eastern Roman Empire)  Copper alloy, lead

Steelyard Weight with a Bust of a Byzantine Princess, Early Byzantine (Eastern Roman Empire) Copper alloy, lead

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