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Overall D: 1.7 cm, Diam (max): 9 cm; Interior Diam (max): 7.4 cm
On Display
699-600 BCE
Primary Description: 
Bracelet. Dark blue and opaque yellow glass, copper alloy; wound, trail-decorated, tooled. Dull with pitting and bubbles, trails bubbly with some heavier pitting and devitrification, wound on a square copper rod. Circular arm band or bracelet, roughly a flattened oval in cross section wound with a yellow trail and dragged along the circumference six times to form a festoon pattern.
Sangiorgi, Sergio (Italian), Source
Martinetti, Former Collection
Sangiorgi, Giorgio (Italian, 1886-1965), Former Collection
Ancient and Islamic Glass: Selections from the Corning Museum of Glass (2019) illustrated, pp. 30-31;
Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses (Volume 3) (2012) pp. 274, 683; BIB# 61154
Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses (Volume 1) (1999) pp. 50, 249, 251; BIB# 61154
La Fenice di Sabbia: Storia e Tecnologia del vetro Antico (1995) illustrated, p. 22, 37, fig. 28; BIB# 39935
Pre-Roman and Early Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass (1979) illustrated, p. 123, #256, pl. 15; BIB# 29547