Ancient Glass Blog of The Allaire Collection

GLASS OBJECTS WITH LIDS

Posted in Uncategorized by Allaire Collection of Glass on January 7, 2018

EXAMPLE FROM CONTRIBUTING COLLECTORS

LIDDED PYXIS of  Hans van Rossum

DECORATED PYXIS OR JAR of Hans van Rossum

ARYBALLOS WITH CHAIN AND STOPPER of Hans van Rossum

LIDDED PYXIS of Nico F. Bijnsdorp

LIDDED PYXIS 1st century AD. Eastern Mediterranean, perhaps Syria.

ROD-FORMED KOHL TUBE WITH STOPPER of Nico F. Bijnsdorp

ROD-FORMED KOHL TUBE WITH STOPPER Probably 6th century BC. Eastern Mediterranean.

CINERARY URN of Nico F. Bijnsdorp

ROMAN CINERARY URN Second half of 1st century AD. Western Empire, probably Italy

ROMAN GREEN GLASS CINERARY URN WITH LID of David Giles

ROMAN GREEN GLASS CINERARY URN WITH LID Date: 1st/2nd century AD Height: 22cm excluding lid. Origin: These were found mainly in the Western Empire but some from North Africa and a few from Greece and Asia Minor.

Facon de Venise Spanish Arbarello Jar with Lid of Allaire collection

Allaire Collection 69E Remarks: This small lidded vessel of greenish transparent glass is decorated with cage-like white threads. It may possibly have served as a pharmaceutical jar. Finding a vessel of this type with a lid is uncommon. 17th C

 

Lidded Venetian Compote with Turquoise Decoration  of Allaire collection

14E Venetian Lidded Compote 17th or 19th Century

 

Small Covered Facon de Venise Glass Jar of Allaire collection

Facon de Venise Covered Jar with Animal Head Medallions 1600 C.

 

 

 

 

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  1. Allaire Collection of Glass said, on January 10, 2018 at 3:43 pm

    Comment:
    1. Dr. Robert Deutsch said, on January 7, 2018 at 5:32 am (Edit)
    This “lid” is in fact the base of a goblet, I presume!
    Reply
    o Allaire Collection of Glass said, on January 7, 2018 at 6:41 am (Edit)
    Which lid?
    Reply

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    2. Dr. Robert Deutsch said, on January 7, 2018 at 8:26 am (Edit)
    of the pyxis with the zigzag decor
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    o Hans van Rossum said, on January 7, 2018 at 10:33 am (Edit)
    Robert, sorry but it is not a base of a goblet but a real lid with a knob to cover a small bowl or jar. I got it from you in February 2004 when I visited your shop in Yafo. You told me it was a lid…and it is indeed a lid. Best wishes Hans


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