ROMAN COBALT BLUE GLASS AMPHORISKOS Mold-blown, the ovoid body with concentric horizontal ridges and a pointed base, with a cylindrical neck, flaring mouth, the rim folded out then in, and twin vertical handles. Later 1st Century AD H. 4 1/4 in. (10.8 cm.)
Phoenician glass (400 - 200 BC) Core formed dark blue glass amphoriskos.
I just love blue....the color of fantasy!!!
A ROMAN MOULD-BLOWN COBALT BLUE GLASS FLASK CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. The body decorated in relief with six vessels each set within a niche supported by columns, the vessels comprising two fruit(?)-laden kraters, two ewers and two twin-handled vessels, bunches of grapes within the festoons below and egg-shaped motifs within arches on the shoulders, the neck with flaring mouth and rounded inward-folded rim. 3¼ in. (8.2 cm.) high
"Form 0704: Twisting Back Multiplying" by Harumi Nakashima, a 2007 ceramic sculpture of cobalt pigment applied to white porcelain
Roman Blue Glass Amphoriskos | Vessels Date: 1st Century AD Culture: Roman Category: Vessels Medium: Glass
Yukako KOJIMA, Japan 小島 有香子
Glass amphoriskos (flask). Period: Early Imperial. Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman. Medium: Glass; blown in a two-part mold.
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A ROMAN COBALT BLUE GLASS CHALICE CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D. The deep body mould-made with vertical fluting above a honeycomb pattern, with slightly flaring rim, on a disc foot with knobbed stem 7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm.) high