Gold Glass with Sts. Peter and Paul and Peregrina / Roman mid-4th century / Metropolitan Museum of Art

Very curious - no other info. Culture: Roman Date: century Material: Glass, gold leaf Dimensions: × × cm Inscribed: PETRUS PAULUS / PEREGRINA Provenance: From Rome;

Roman gold glass medallion with Jewish ritual objects, Torah, Menorahs, 3rd century A.D. Victoria & Albert museum, London

Roman gold glass medallion with Jewish ritual objects, Torah, Menorahs, cent.

Bowl Base with Christ Giving Martyrs’ Crowns to Saints Peter and Paul. Date: ca. 350. Geography: Made in probably Rome. Culture: Roman or Byzantine. Medium: Glass, gold leaf.

Bowl Base with Christ Giving Martyrs’ Crowns to Saints Peter and Paul. 350 Geography: Made in, probably Rome Culture: Roman or Byzantine Medium: Glass, gold leaf

Limoges  vers 1220 - 1230    Saint Matthieu   Provient de l'autel majeur de Grandmont  Cuivre repoussé, gravé et doré ; plaque de cuivre champlevé, émaillé et doré    Ancienne collection Durand ; acquisition 1825  Département des Objets d'art	  MR 2650

Limoges vers 1220 - 1230 Saint Matthieu Provient de l'autel majeur de Grandmont Cuivre repoussé, gravé et doré ; plaque de cuivre champlevé, émaillé et doré Ancienne collection Durand ; acquisition 1825 Département des Objets d'art MR 2650

Glass beaker with snake-thread decoration -   Late Imperial, 3rd century A.D., Roman, Rhineland  -    Glass; blown and trailed.  Dimensions:  H. 15.7 cm Diameter of rim: 8.3 cm, Diameter of base: 6.2 cm, Diameter of body: 7.6 cm.    Met Museum

Glass beaker with snake-thread decoration. Late Imperial, century A.D, Rhineland, Glass, blown and trailed.

Roman gold glass medallion with Christ between two Saints, 3th century A.D. Victoria and Albert museum, London

Roman gold glass medallion with Christ between two Saints, century A. Victoria and Albert museum, London

Gold glass fragments with menorahs and Torah shrines. Gold glass. 4thc. CE

Gold glass fragments with menorahs and Torah shrines Gold glass C. CE Currently in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Орнамент и стиль в ДПИ - Позднеантичные донышки стеклянных сосудов из Ватикана и Британского музея. Конец 3-4 вв.

Орнамент и стиль в ДПИ - Позднеантичные донышки стеклянных сосудов из Ватикана и Британского музея. Конец 3-4 вв.

Gold Glass Medallion Fragment (Peloris)  Roman Empire, probably Rome, 4th century A.D.

Fragment with Pelorius

Gold Glass Medallion Fragment (Peloris) Roman Empire, probably Rome,

Christ as Miracle Worker, Roman or Byzantine, 300-500. Glass and gold leaf. Metropolitan Museum.

Among the earliest popular depictions of Christ were those recalling Roman images of magicians, with Christ shown using a wand to work miracles, as in the image on this medallion and the adjacent bowl base

Chasse with the Crucifixion and Christ in Majesty, ca. 1180–90  Made in Limoges, France  Copper: engraved, chiseled, stippled, and gilt; champlevé enamel: dark, medium, and light blue; turquoise, dark and light green, yellow, red, and white; wood core, painted red on exterior

Chasse with the Crucifixion and Christ in Majesty, ca. Made in Limoges, France Copper: engraved, chiseled, stippled gilt.

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