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Greco-Roman molded glass statuette / amulet of a crouching woman from the 3rd century B.C. – 2nd century A.D. Complete and in good condition despite few chips and cracks.
This mold-blown Bottle with Spiral Decoration has a globular shape, with a flattened, slightly hollow shoulder. The cylindrical neck is provided with a thick mouth.
Archaeologists often refer to the term balsarium to designate this class of vessels, which were largely widespread all throughout the Roman Empire.
This blown glass bottle is transparent with pale green shades. The patina adds a beautiful iridescent polychromy in places, the intensity of which depends on the light.
This small cup, which belonged to a famous collection of the 19th century, was mold-blown in a transparent glass with an originally bluish tinge.
This example was blown in a gold-amber glass with beautiful and varied white streaks. The slightly asymmetrical shape is characterized by a piriform body, which tapers in the upper part and terminates in a cylindrical neck and a flat lip.
This blown glass bottle is transparent, but shows pale gray shades. The patina adds a beautiful polychromy ranging from gold to violet-blue, whose appearance depends on the light.
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