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An Introduction to Roman Glass | Christie's

The form, colour and function of these detailed works, explains Delaloye, varies immensely: ‘Some were used as drinking vessels, while others became perfume bottles. Miniature vessels would be used as charms, or even worn as pendants.’

For collectors, ‘some colours are rarer than others’. Delaloye cites the brilliance of amber pieces that shine like gold, or works in deep aubergine. ‘Cobalt blue was the most expensive to produce, and therefore the rarest,’ she adds. ‘Whenever you find a cobalt-blue vessel you know you’ve got something special.’

Find out more at http://www.christies.com/features/Roman-glass-an-expert-introduction-7512-3.aspx

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청담 지유명차 GU Tea & Teapots : Those vessels are magnificent. Thanks.
Primodernious : the romans had glass in their windows as well. they had glass windows with patterns like you find in more late churces. the roman houses was more like nowday. very modern and some of it kind of like you find in russia in modern time. the romans used glass in their windows in their houses 2000 years ago. we think we are modern but we are just a little bit more advanced than the ancient rome. all that glass is gone now as erosion worns it away. romans made thir building very much like today exept better in the sense of looks.
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Draxis32 : "The glass has oxidized a little bit"
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Seiyuōkami Himura : I know how to make vitrium flexible. Still waiting for someone else to realize the chemical formula. It's relatively simple, and can be made using multiple chemical compositions.

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How to Identify Real Lalique Crystal

https://www.cityfarmhouseantiques.com/ In this video I walk you through top tips on how to identify real authentic Lalique Crystal glass and give you examples of what you would find on a fake piece of Lalique glass. Understanding the timelines of when Lalique crystal was made paired with these tips will have you mastering glass in no time.

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BeautifulfromASHleyB : Your videos are very informative! I would love to see more! I like milk glass, depression glass, stemware, and cake stands.
Trust Your Gut : Lalique glass is another famous type of French glass. Rene Jules Lalique, 1860-1945, is known for his uncolored glass, his perfume bottles, statues, vases, jewelry, chandeliers, clocks, hood ornaments, and more. Rene attended Sydenham Art College in London. After that, he worked as a freelance artist, designing jewelry and eventually opened his own business. He was known as one of Frances most renowned Art Nouveau jewelry makers. In the 1920s, he jumped into the newer category of Art Deco. These pieces aren’t quite old enough to be antiques. Rene passed away in 1945, but his work is still esteemed and treasured today. His granddaughter, Marie Claude-Lalique was also a glass maker who carried on her grandpa’s legacy. She passed away in Florida in 2003. Each and every original Lalique piece is marked “Lalique” and the pieces that were made during Rene’s lifetime are marked “R. Lalique.” This is good news for collectors. Some of Rene’s earliest pieces are marked with his very own thumb print.
Irishman : Thank you for this information! I have recently taken an interest in collecting Lalique and am trying to educate myself before making large purchases.
Jan Afford : Hello, Just found your video on line.
I'm surprised that we've never crossed paths considering that I've been selling Rene Lalique in England since the late 1980'S.
I tend to specialise in his coloured vases these days..Best wishes, Jan Afford.
Glen Hockley : I just watched your excellent video. I inherited an 8 1/2' Tall lalique looking nude figurine. It has a B in a broken square at the base. As I just learned from you, there is a seam down the middle. Could you tell me what the initial means, etc.? Thank you.

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