Ancient Roman Glass Artifacts for Sale
Roman Syria, c. 2nd-4th century AD. Glass perfume jar. Yellowish glass beneath dark encrustation. Nice areas of iridescence. Small chip to rim, an interesting impressed "dimple" on one side. 50x50 mm (2 1/4 x 2 1/4"). #901261: $275


Ancient Roman, 1st Century AD. Nice small white glass single-handled jar for oil. The body is rather squarish with light concave base, neck flaring to wide mouth with 4 lines of trailing down the inside disappearing into the vessel. Small added handle in deep blue color. Intact with some patination and light cleaning. H: 1 7/8" (4.9 cm). Ex Los Angeles collection. #A12234: $325

Ancient Rome, c. 2nd - 3rd Century AD. Lovely green glass single-handled jar. A nice example with squat body, base indented lightly with pontil mark, neck narrows with flared mouth. The single strap handle folded outward. H: 4" (10.4 cm). Intact, small area with some cracking. Earthen encrustation throughout. Ex old New Jersey collection. Beautiful! #A12237: $399


Gorgeous iridescent Roman round-bottom unguentarium, c. 1st-3rd Century AD, with indentations around the body, the neck long and tubular, the rim flattened inward. 3 3/8" (8.5 cm). Intact with some normal age cracks. Nice multi-colored iridescence. Ex old New Jersey collection. #0211173: $399

Ancient Roman, Eastern Mediterranean,
2nd - 3rd Century AD. Nice yellow glass unguentarium with two-part body. The base nearly flat, the neck long and tubular, the mouth flattened with rim folded in. H: 3 1/2" (8.9 cm). Intact. Ex Alex Malloy, purchased in 1980 #AR2093: $350

Small Roman blue glass vial, c. 1st - 2nd Century AD. Beautiful blue to purple iridescent tone, with pear-shaped body, tubular neck and flared rim. H: 2 5/8" (6.6 cm). Some chipping to mouth and internal earthen deposits. Light iridescence throughout. Lovely! #272111: $275 SOLD


Roman Holy Land, 1st-2nd century AD. Lovely small glass jar. Thick and sturdy in composition, repaired from 2 pieces. Nice sandy iridescent tone. Stands 55 mm (2 1/4 inches) tall. #6824: $175

Roman Holy Land, 1st - 2nd century AD. Small round glass vessel. Great iridescent green patina with sandy-earthen encrustation. 48 mm (just under 2 inches) tall. #2663: $110

Roman Holy Land, 1st-2nd century AD. Lovely glass small jar / flask. Pretty iridescent-blue to sandy patina. Measures 51 mm (2 inches). #DV6895: $125

Roman Holy Land, 1st-2nd century AD. Bright-green iridescent glass jar. Lovely sandy highlights, small hole on one side. Stands 48 mm (1 7/8 inches) tall. #6867: $115


Roman Holy Land, 1st - 2nd century AD. Large glass bottle with delicate ribbed design around neck. Golden yellow to reddish coloration, original sandy encrustations on body. Small 15mm hole on one side, otherwise perfect! Photo really does not show the nice coloration. Stands 57 mm (2 1/4 inches) tall. #6111: $195

Roman Holy Land, 1st-2nd century AD. Lovely glass small jar. Iridescent green to sandy patina. Small chip on rim. Stands 50 mm (2 inches) tall. #6883: $110 SOLD





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Ancient Roman Holy Land, 2nd-3rd century AD. Beautiful small glass pendant depicting the facing head of Medusa. Nice blue-green glass with choice iridescence. 25 mm (1") tall. Holed through loop at top. Found in the Holy Land! #17656x3: $250 SOLD

Roman Holy Land, 1st - 2nd century AD. Lovely glass bottle with delicate ribbed design around neck. Golden yellow to reddish coloration, original sandy encrustations on body. Intact! A stunning piece (but a lousy washed-out photo). Measures 50 mm (1 7/8 inches) tall. #6148: $199 SOLD

Roman Holy Land, 1st-2nd century AD. Lovely glass flask / jar. Nice irridescent green to sandy patina, delicate raised vertical ridges on body. Small holes in one side. Stands 55 mm (2 1/8 inches) tall. #6901: $115 SOLD

Roman Holy Land, 1st-2nd century AD. Awesome glass shallow jar / mouthed dish. Possibly an ancient inkwell. Amazing irridescent purple patina with sandy highlight, nice designs around. A gem of a piece! 45 mm (1 3/4 inches) dia. #6884: $225 SOLD

Ancient Roman Holy Land, 1st - 2nd century AD. Gorgeous glass wide-bottomed vial. Nice eggshell patina, some original Judaean desert encrustation inside. Stands 51 mm (2 inches) tall. A nice piece (lousy photo really does no justice to the coloration of the piece). #6158: $160 SOLD

Roman Holy Land, 1st-2nd century AD. Lovely glass pharmaceutical flask. Beautiful, delicate thin glass band around neck, nice incised vertical lines on body. Iridescent, sandy patina. Intact! 57 mm (2 1/4 inches) tall. #6849: $225 SOLD

Roman Holy Land, 1st-2nd century AD. Large glass pharmaceutical flask. Interestoing raised lip with indented design around base of neck. Iridescent, sandy patina, small hole at bottom of one side. 64 mm (2 1/2 inches) tall. #6857: $225 SOLD

Ancient Rome, Eastern Mediterranean, 2nd - 3rd Century AD. Gorgeous deep blue-green Roman glass Unguentarium. Of heavy construction, the body squat with flattened base, the neck is long and tubular, the rim flattened and folded inward. H: 3 1/4" (8.3 cm). Intact with deep blue-green color and light iridescence. Ex SSAC, Toledo, Ohio, 1980. ex-Alex Malloy. #A15188: $499 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 1st - 2nd century AD. Nice pale purple glass unguentarium. A beautiful, tall, free-standing piece. Finley made, intact, with attractive mottled surfaces and rounded, onion-shaped base. H: 4 5/8" (11.8 cm). #861303: $325 SOLD

Roman Holy Land, 1st-2nd century AD. Small glass bottle/flask. Iridescent purple to green patina. Very pretty (photo does no justice)! 48 mm (1 7/8 inches). #DV6934: $99 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Gorgeous blue glass bottle. Intact with nice iridescence, old collection label "524" on side. 76 mm (3") tall. Very nice. ex 19th century French collection, found in France in the 1880's. #AR2095: $550 SOLD

Ancient Roman, Eastern Mediterranean,
3rd – 4th Century AD. Light olive green Roman glass round-bodied jar. An attractive vessel, the body round with pontil mark, lightly flaring tubular neck with constricted opening, the mouth stepped out with lip and vertical sides. Intact with light deposits. 95 mm (3 3/4") tall. Ex Los Angeles collection. #AR2098: $499
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Roman Holy Land, 1st-2nd century AD. Lovely glass pharmaceutical flask. Beautiful, delicate thin glass band around neck, nice incised vertical lines on body. Irridescent, sandy patina, small chip on rim. #6918: $175 SOLD

Light yellow Roman glass vial, c. 1st - 2nd Century AD, with pear-shaped body and tubular neck with flared mouth. H: 4 3/4" (12.1 cm). Intact with light iridescence, a band of silvery iridescence at the top. #272114: $250 SOLD

Ancient Rome. 1st - 2nd Century AD. Lovely miniature glass vial. Amazing irridescent blue to green coloration and a nice, sturdy piece. Good surfaces. Ex-Canadian collection, acquired in the 1960's. Stands 47 mm tall. #G140x2: $275 SOLD

Ancient Rome, 1st-2nd century AD. Lovely glass bottle. Blue-green glass with nice iridescent surfaces and some earthen deposits. Repaired at base of neck and body- well done and hard to see. Stands 65 mm (2 1/2") tall. Very nice. #18343: $299 SOLD


Ancient Rome, c. 1st century AD. Nice yellow glass jar. Larger piece, rounded base with pinched ridges around the body. Some areas of nice iridescence, chip missing from rim. Stands 85 mm (3 1/4") tall. #901258: $325 SOLD