Roman Drinking Glass, Eastern Mediterranean, Cyprus, light olive green glass…

Roman Drinking Glass, Eastern Mediterranean, Cyprus, light olive green glass…

BYZANTINE GLASS BEAKER           VI C. A.D. Light green, transparent bubbly ware. Body narrowing downwards, with conical bottom and short bulging reworked rim.  Hollow stem, closed by a " bubble". Mended from original pieces only. H 3.5"(8.8 cm), D. rim 2.8"(7.1 cm).

BYZANTINE GLASS BEAKER VI C. Body narrowing downwards, with conical bottom and short bulging reworked rim. Hollow stem, closed by a " bubble". Mended from original pieces only.

Gobelet, Iran, période sasanide, circa 224-651, verre translucide jaune pâle.

Gobelet, Iran, période sasanide, circa 224-651, verre translucide jaune pâle.

Jar  Period: Sasanian–early Islamic Date: ca. 6th–8th century A.D. Geography: Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Culture: Sasanian or Islamic Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 7.75 in. (19.69 cm)

Jar Period: Sasanian–early Islamic Date: ca. Geography: Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Culture: Sasanian or Islamic Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: in.

GLASS BEAKER           VI C. A.D. Light blue-green, transparent bubbly ware. Deep rounded body with short bulging reworked rim. Solid short stem and flat base with reworked edge. Stem is off center.   Iridescence  in places. Intact.  H.  3.1" (7.9 cm).

GLASS BEAKER VI C. Deep rounded body with short bulging reworked rim. Solid short stem and flat base with reworked edge. Stem is off center. Iridescence in places.

Islamic Glass Bottle. Sassanian Empire. With attached handle, feet, and ornamental disks. Glass makers inherited many of the techniques of their forebears in the Byzantine and Sasanian Empires, including glassblowing, the use of molds, the manipulation of molten glass with tools, and the decorative application of molten glass. Nice Style! See more at londoncoin.com

Islamic Glass Bottle

With attached handle, feet, and ornamental disks. Glass makers inherited many of the techniques of their forebears in the Byzantine and Sasanian Empires, including glassblow…

Cooking pot Period: Sasanian–early Islamic Date: ca. 6th–8th century A.D. Geography: Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Culture: Sasanian or Islamic Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 5.25 in. (13.34 cm) Classification: Ceramics-Vessels

Cooking pot Period: Sasanian–early Islamic Date: ca. Geography: Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Culture: Sasanian or Islamic Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: in.

Pequeña olla con restos de esmalte verde Period: Sasanian Date: ca. 3rd–7th century A.D. Geography: Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Culture: Sasanian Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 3 1/16 x 3 3/16 in. (7.7 x 8.1 cm) Classification: Ceramics-Vessels

Pequeña olla con restos de esmalte verde Period: Sasanian Date: ca. 3rd–7th century A.D. Geography: Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Culture: Sasanian Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 3 1/16 x 3 3/16 in. (7.7 x 8.1 cm) Classification: Ceramics-Vessels

Goblet, 6th-7th century AD, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston…

Goblet, century AD, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston…

Jug

Plain unglazed ceramics, like this jar, are the most common type of pottery found during the Sasanian period.

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