I have found similar in the Detroit Institute of Art from the 300 BC - 700 AD time period. If you have any information more than what I have, please contact me and I will update this posting. Item will be packed with great care. Possibly Roman/Greek/Egyptian Drinking Vessel/Glass with.
Golden Gilt and enamel, minimal wear, excellent for age and use. Pre AD 1000 thought to be 300 BC - 700 AD time period.This attractive and flawless Roman/Greek/Egyptian drinking/wine vessel is glass with applied golden gilt and enamel that dates back to ancient times. Approximately 3.25 inches high, by 3 inches wide from top, bottom 1.5 inches. This piece is in excellent condition, with no minute cracks and/or chips to the glass, with only slight wear to the golden gilt and enamel design. The design is very attractive: 6 panel. The overall design of this beautiful vessel also made this vessel very easy to handle and grasp.
Another vessel of this type was offered in Christie's Antiquities, "Ancient Glass", London, 1985, no. 2,000.00-3,000.00 Pounds estimates, 2,808 Pounds realized. For the type see John Hayes, "Roman and Pre-Roman Glass in the Royal Ontario Museum", Toronto, 1975, no. Ex: Fortuna Fine Arts, New York, circa 1990's. I certify that this piece is authentic.
The item "Ancient Glass Clear Blown Glass Wine Pre-1000 AD Vessel Golden Gilt & Enamel" is in sale since Monday, March 25, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antiquities\Roman". The seller is "rlalonde58" and is located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. This item can be shipped worldwide.