Roman Glass was produced in large quantities and in many colors during the time of the Roman Empire. The burial of the glass and its resulting decomposition caused by exposure to humidity and acids in the soil have given these ancient glass pieces a remarkably captivating iridescence.
In the Roman Empire, glass was inexpensive, widely available and used extensively in everyday life. The alluring appeal of these glass fragments with their intriguing patina and rich history is timeless.
Necklace length: 20 inches
Materials: 900-1200 year old Roman Glass, Thai Hill Tribe Sterling Silver lock, Sterling Silver handmade beads
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