Roman glass in National Archaeological Museum of France

Preserved in Saint German-en-Laye


Moldmade Roman glass flask portraying a man's head.



Roman goblet decorated with colored roundels of glass; dating from the end the 4th century and early 5th century AD. Height 9.5 cm and diameter 10.9 cm. From Breny in Northern France. Inventory No. MAN41045.



Roman glass goblet.



Roman glass goblet.



Roman glass plate with etched decoration.



Roman glass beakers with attached serpent design.



Roman glass goblet.



Roman glass vase.



Roman glass vase.



Roman glass bowl with design.



Roman glass bottles.



Two faced Roman glass vessel.



Roman glass baby bottle (could also be a lamp filler).



Roman glass baby bottle dating to the 1st or 2nd century AD. Height = 6.4 cm and diameter = 7.3 cm. Inventory no. MAN15086.



Roman glass cup.



Roman glass beaker with design.



Roman glass beaker with design.



Roman glass flasks.



Second century AD Roman moldblown glass bottle in the form of a cluster of grapes. Height = 18 cm, Width = 10 cm and Depth/Thickness = 6.8 cm. From Poitiers and deposited in the Cluny Museum in 1887. Inventory no. MAN30310.



Roman glass cup.



Roman glass cup.



Roman glass bottle.



Roman glass bowl with moldblown ribs.



Roman glass bowl.



Roman glass twisted rod.



Roman glass vessel with two handles.



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