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Overall H: 1 cm, Th: 4 mm
Not on Display
99 BCE-99 CE
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Inlay. Transparent blue, colorless, opaque yellow and opaque brick-red glass, pitted, bubbly, slightly weathered on edges, surfaces repolished recently. Thick slice of a cane roughly square in cross section retains four rosette patterns each with a yellow center, pointed oval leaves of blue cased with yellow and colorless floating in a red ground, the center area is distorted and filled with colorless glass destroying the shape of two of the four rosettes.
Mansoor, M. A., Former Collection
Parke-Bernet Galleries, NYC, Source