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Object Name Cup Title The Morgan Cup Department Ancient Category Roman Place Made Roman Empire probably Italy Date Col.

Beaker, Italy, Venice, DATE 1475-1499

Venetian Clear cristallo with only slightly greyish tint; mould-blown, enameled and gilt decoration. Beaker of slightly bulging cylindrical shape, wi.

Figure 1. Cup. H. 7.9 cm. The Corning Museum of Glass (64.1.32).

Probable Early Islamic Gold Sandwich Glass Cup- The Corning Museum of Glass

Glass beaker Period: Late Imperial Date: probably 3rd century A.D. Culture: Roman, Cypriot Medium: Glass; blown and cut

Glass beaker Period: Late Imperial Date: probably century A.

Mosque lamp | 19th century | possibly Syria or Europe | Islamic | Glass; enameled | Dimensions: H. 10 in. (25.4 cm) Diam. of rim 6 3/4 in. (17.15 cm) | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mosque lamp | 19th century | possibly Syria or Europe | Islamic | Glass; enameled | Dimensions: H. 10 in. (25.4 cm) Diam. of rim 6 3/4 in. (17.15 cm) | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bowl, probably Northern Iran, 1000-1299. Gift of The Ruth Bryan Strauss Memorial Foundation. 79.1.203. #corningmuseumofglass #cmog #glass

Bowl, probably Northern Iran, Gift of The Ruth Bryan Strauss Memorial Foundation.

Bowl | Work of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Geography: Attributed to Iran, probably Tabriz. painted in black under turquoise glaze, incised (Kubachi.

beaker on foot 1475 - 1525 Dimensions h. 11.5 cm (component) diam. 8 cm Material and technique fern glass, enamel decoration

beaker on foot 1475 - 1525 Dimensions h. 8 cm Material and technique fern glass, enamel decoration

Amber Bowl with White Ridges. Unknown, Roman, A.D. 1–100. Glass, 4 1/16 in. diam. 2003.475. The J. Paul Getty Trust © J. Paul Getty Trust.

Amber Bowl with White Ridges. Amber Bowl with White Ridges Roman, A. Glass 4 in.

An engraved glass goblet from 1586 produced in the London glasshouse of Jacopo Verzellini 1522 – 1606.

An engraved glass goblet from 1586 produced in the London glasshouse of Jacopo Verzellini 1522 –

Large Roman Glass Bowl, 1st-2nd Century A.D. | Size: 19.7 cm D - 7 3/4”

Large Roman Glass Bowl, 1st-2nd Century A.D

Large Roman Glass Bowl, 1st-2nd Century A.D. | Size: 19.7 cm D - 7 3/4”

Roman dichroic glass dating back to II-III century CE

Roman dichroic glass dating back to II-III century CE

Bohemian, 1576  Free-blown colorless (purplish-brown) glass with gold leaf and enamel decoration

Dated this goblet is one of the earliest known dated hunting glasses. Free-blown colorless (purplish-brown) glass with gold leaf and enamel decoration.