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Mediterranean Cups And Glassware

bohemian party decorations | have started collecting some pretty Moroccan tea cups similar to ...

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Add a Pop of Color to Your Glassware!

DIY Firework Glassware. Click through for the tutorial!

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4th century A.D. from Rome's eastern provinces...only about 4 inches tall.

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Roman Glass: Cup by Ennion, 25-75 | Corning Museum of Glass

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An ancient Roman cup made of fluorite. Such cups were extremely valuable during Roman times. Aside from their outstanding beauty they were known for giving a specific taste to the wine. Pliny the Elder describes one noble who enjoyed his fluorite cup so much that he liked to not only drink from it, but to chew on its edge afterwards. - The Romans loved their poisonous minerals. Over time, fluorite can cause skeletal fluorosis.

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Roman inscribed glass circus cup, 3rd century A.D. This glass shows a battle between a Retarius called Pulcher and a Secutor called Auriga, it also shows a battle between a Venator and a leopard and two wrestlers called Hercules and Antaios.

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Lotus Bud Beaker (Getty Museum) Roman, Eastern Mediterranean, 1st century A.D. Mold-blown glass 8 3/8 in.

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from zulily

Garden Floreng Teapot

Take a look at this Garden Floreng Teapot by Lidia’s Polish Pottery on #zulily today!

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Polish Pottery Stoneware BUBBLE MUG

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Ceramic Vinegar Dispenser - Melograno style

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