Ancient Glass Blog of The Allaire Collection

THE TAZZA FROM ANCIENT TO MODERN

Posted in Uncategorized by Allaire Collection of Glass on February 4, 2018

THE TAZZA FROM ANCIENT TO MODERN

Ancient Glass Examples

ROMAN GLASS SHALLOW PEDESTAL DISH

Nico F. Bijnsdorp

3-4th century AD. Egypt, Karanis

BROOKLYN MUSEUM

3-4th century AD. Egypt, Karanis

 

Venetian Glass Examples

THE BRITISH MUSEUM

17th Century

FRIDES LAMERIS ART AND ANTIQUE, AMSTERDAM

2nd half of 16th C.

THE ROBERT LEHMAN COLLECTION, 

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART (NEW YORK)

1500-1525

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART (NEW YORK)

1499-1514

French Glass Examples

CORNING MUSEUM OF GLASS

1550-1599

CENT VERRES FRANCAIS, SYLVIE LHERMITE-KING P-14

Early 17th C.

CENT VERRES FRANCAIS, SYLVIE LHERMITE-KING P-26

Early 17th C.

Spanish Glass Examples

 

FRAGIL TRANSPARENCIA

VIDRIOS ESPANOLES DE LOS SIGLOS #55 P-135

2nd Half og 17th C.

CORNING MUSEUM OF GLASS

Spain, Catalonia, probably Barcelona 1560-1600

 

English Glass Examples

ENGLISH FACON DE VENISE GLASS TAZZA,

ALLAIRE COLLECTION

1670

THE ROBERT LEHMAN COLLECTION, 

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART (NEW YORK)

1720

American Glass Example

AMERICAN COBALT BLUE GLASS FOOTED BOWL,

ALLAIRE COLLECTION

1780-1800

Modern Glass Examples

Salviati Glass

VENETIAN GLASS, CONFECTIONS IN GLASS 1855-1914,

SHELDON BARR

1877-1914

1885-1914

1890’s

1890’s

LIDDED COMPOTE WITH TURQUOISE DECORATION,

ALLAIRE COLLECTION

19th C. or Earlier

GOOGLE IMAGES

Gucci Mid 20th Century Art Deco Style

 

Archibald Knox C. 1900

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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