Roman Glass: Flask, 400-599 | Corning Museum of Glass

Ancient Roman Flask, Roman Empire, Eastern Mediterranean, 400 - Corning Museum of Glass

Late Imperia, 3rd–4th century A.D. Culture: Roman, Rhenish , Glass; blown and trailed Metropolitan museum of art

The Ancient Romans were wonderful glass blowers. This vessel dates to CE.

(c. 300-400 CE) Roman Oinochoe

Pticher (Oinochoe) with a Trail at the Neck roman CE Glass

Glass goblet - This goblet was likely made and decorated at a workshop in Syria, demonstrating that glassmakers (vitrarii) worked closely with glass cutters (diatretarii) in the production of glass tableware - 500 AD.

Glass goblet Period: Late Imperial or Late Antique Date: century A.

(c. 175-200 CE) Roman Glass Snake-thread Goblet

Roman glass snake thread goblet, century A. Allegedly from Alexandria, blown colourless glass decorated with applied opaque white tooled trails referred to as snake thread, modern base cm high.

A ROMAN GREEN GLASS SNAKE-THREAD SPRINKLER FLASK  3RD CENTURY A.D.  The piriform body applied with undulating tooled snake-like trails, the cylindrical neck restricted at the base, with wide everted rim and inward folded lip, remains of applied spiral trail below rim, on ring foot  3 5/8 in. (9.2 cm.) high

reallyoldglass: “A Roman Green Glass Snake-Thread Sprinkler Flask century AD ”