This is my favorite Chintz look. I have a few of these, including a very old demitasse set I picked up in an antique store in Fairbanks, AL. Who knew?
Glass fish from ancient Afghanistan (approx. 100 C.E.) shows that mastery of glass blowing had traveled from Roman Empire to Begram, Afghanistan or somewhere along the trade route. No similar pieces have been found elsewhere.
Antique Bohemian Art Glass, Antique Glassware, Antique Moser Glass Creamer ~ M.S. Rau Antiques
Antique French mother of pearl and ormolu perfume bottle holder - Gavin Douglas Antiques
Ancient glass vessels from Pakistan/Afghanistan region - age 2000-1000 SKJ ancient bead art |
Antique English Transferware Teacup & Saucer
Beaker with a Theatrical Scene. Roman Empire, probably from Syria, Palestine, or Egypt, 50-100 CE.
Antique Ink Bottle Hall of Fame
Iridescent sprinkler flask,The glass is very thin and fragile. The bottom is kicked, with a deep conical depression. Syria, Eastern Roman Empire, late third to early fourth century AD.