An Assemblage of Romano-Egyptian Mosaic Glass Inlays
Mosaic glass, 1st century B.C.E./C.E. H. (max) 3.5 cm. Beautifully colored, intricately detailed inlays of mosaic glass decorated the furnishings and walls of palaces and public buildings in late Ptolemaic Egypt and in Imperial Rome. These are not to be confused with floor or wall mosaics in which various stone tesserae, each of a single color, were set into plaster to form a design. Mosaic glass was a medium unto itself in which long rods of glass, each a different color, were…
An Assemblage of Romano-Egyptian Mosaic Glass Inlays with Trefoil Garland Patterns and a Festoon
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An Egyptian (Ptolemaic-Roman Period) Mosaic Glass Inlay: Water Fowl (Snipe?)
AN EGYPTIAN MOSAIC GLASS WATER FOWL INLAY PTOLEMAIC-ROMAN PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. Possibly a snipe, the head turned backwards with long brown beak, red and yellow, then blue and white, then green and red imbricated covert feathers, with green and yellow fan tail, preening its left wing, red, dark brown and green flight feathers, with yellow underbelly and red striped feet on green base line, in translucent grey-blue matrix 1 in. x 13/16 in. (2.5 cm. x 2.1 cm.) …
Bowl with Blue and White Canes, Greek or Roman,... - placidiappunti
Bowl with Blue and White Canes, Greek or Roman, 100–1 B.C. Mostra al Getty Museum sui vetri antichi Voglio l'Arcivernice!!!!
antike Glasamphore ca. 10cm
antike Glasamphore ca. 10cm Foto & Bild von Photoman Germany ᐅ Das Foto jetzt kostenlos bei fotocommunity.de anschauen & bewerten. Entdecke hier weitere Bilder.
'Glass fragments, two half faces of the goddess Hathor, Ancient Egyptian, 3rd-1st century BC' Giclee Print - Werner Forman | Art.com
Glass fragments, two half faces of the goddess Hathor, Ancient Egyptian, 3rd-1st century BC Giclee Print by Werner Forman. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
EGYPTIAN FLORAL GLASS INLAYS
NINETEEN FRAGMENTS OF EGYPTIAN FLORAL GLASS INLAYS OR PLAQUES of David Giles Origin and Date:These nineteen fragments of Egyptian Floral glass inlays or plaques are from the Hellenistic or early Roman period 2nd century BC/1st century AD. Size: Largest 7cm long Manufacture method: Mosaic technique with bundles of coloured canes fused together to form floral…