A rare collection of ancient Roman Glass convex discs ~ 200 BC to 400 AD. Found in Afghanistan, they were originally fragments of ancient bottles which have been drilled and rounded into curved discs, displaying a brilliant and multicoloured luminescence resulting from the glass's hundreds of years beneath the ground.
Beads for Connoisseurs 12 from ATB
A ROMAN GLASS BEAD NECKLACE - CIRCA 200 B.C.-100 A.D.
Ancient Roman Glass found in Afghanistan from ATB
Constantin Pion – Les perles en verre en Gaule mérovingienne (Ve-VIIIe siècles). . À la découverte d’un savoir-faire au service des dames
Ancient glass beads found in Mali,West Africa - they are a deep aqua colored clear glass - the beads are calcified and have a white coating; this was caused by burial.
Two strands of ancient Phoenician glass beads. 45 & 46 cm long strands. Est. 1'200 - 1'800€ per strand.
Roman, The Hoxne Roman Treasure - South Cerney Fragments by Roman, 300–425
Ring and earrings gold ring set with square and a mint green peridot intaglio and engraved with a fish pendant, also square, are set with glass paste same color as the ring, the below, hanging beads electrum, Roman Egypt, circa first century, A.D.