2 Plaques or Inlays

Object Name: 
2 Plaques or Inlays

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Object Name: 
2 Plaques or Inlays
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
1400-1250 BCE
Credit Line: 
Gift of Ray Winfield Smith
Primary Description: 
(A) Translucent aquamarine glass with thick white iridescent weathering crust on surface; mold pressed. Rectangular plaque or inlay retains a large hemispherical convex center surrounded by relief dots from which eight rounded petals are symmetrically arranged, each petal is formed of two concave and concentric tongue-like elements. (B) Translucent deep blue glass with heavy white and light brown weathering crust on surface; mold pressed. Decoration as "A".
Pre-Roman and Early Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass (1979) illustrated, p. 94, #175 (a, b); BIB# 29547