Glass Jar. Replica. Roman-Byzantine Periods 1st-6th Centuries C.E.

Glass Jar. Replica. Roman-Byzantine Periods 1st-6th Centuries C.E.

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Brand: The Israel Museum

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Glass Jar. Replica. Roman-Byzantine Periods 1st-6th Centuries C.E.
Glass Jar. Replica. Roman-Byzantine Periods 1st-6th Centuries C.E.

Description

Material: Glass

Height: 8.5 cm / 3.3"

Width: 10cm / 3.9"

This amazing piece will draw admiring looks and wondrous inquiries as it adorns your mantel or office desk!

Finely wrought glass bottles and jars were created in ancient Israel by craftsmen working with a blow-pipe at the glass furnace.  over the centuries these glass vessels gained additional charm from the iridescent coloring caused by the weathering of the glass.

Blown from a glass tube an chemically colored, this vessel is a copy of an ancient jar found locally and exhibited at the Israel Museum.

This item comes with a certificate of authenticity of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem.  Enclosed is a short description of its historical background in English and Hebrew.