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patina covered apple green colored ancient Roman glass sterling silver 18 inch necklace OOAK free shipping

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This necklace features an apple green colored patina covered shard of Afghani excavated ancient Roman glass, accented with Bali silver beads on an 18" dainty flat cable link chain. This piece of glass measures a little over a half an inch tall and was cut from the same shard of glass as the matching earrings that are currently listed. All solid sterling sliver. A total ONE OF A KIND! Comes with a little piece of paper that explains the glass in case you are giving it as a gift. Shipping domestically is free on this item.

Please see the matching earrings:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/608108797

These beads were cut from shards of glass excavated in Afghanistan, the eastern most part of Roman reach, and date to about 400 AD, nearing the end of the Roman Empire. Excavated glass shards are actually from dump sites at glass making complexes. The glass either came from broken items or items the glass blowers felt were not good enough, the waste glass was cast aside and meant to be melted down again at a later date.

A quick note about my ancient Roman glass jewelry: Since I buy both silver and glass shards by weight, this is how my pieces are priced. The heavier the piece of glass or the more silver, the more expensive the finished piece of jewelry.

I feel compelled to discus ancient Roman glass and the different provenances. The Roman Empire existed for centuries and stretched for thousands of miles in all directions. The Israeli excavated glass I offer dates to about 50 BC to 100 AD and comes from the glass making locale Jalome. The Afghani excavated pieces I offer can still be called ancient Roman glass because the Romans did occupy the area where it was manufactured at the time it was manufactured. The Sasanians who lived in the region of Afghanistan where this glass comes from first met the Romans in the 300s AD and the Romans brought with them their glass making technology. Rome fell in 476 but the Eastern Roman Empire (which was created in 330 AD and was run out of Constantinople) soldiered on till about 695 AD. Roman occupation in Afghanistan waned after 651 when the Sasanian Dynasty fell and by 870 the Islamic tradition was completely entrenched in Afghanistan. Any glass newer than about 800 AD should be referred to then as Islamic and not Roman. I see other people offering ancient Roman glass from Afghanistan and they claim it is 2000 years old, it is not. Worse yet I see some offering Afghani glass that was manufactured in the 1800's and listing it as ancient. I want to always be clear about the dates and origins of the glass I sell and I hope to educate others so they will be better informed shoppers.

arg0406
This necklace features an apple green colored patina covered shard of Afghani excavated ancient Roman glass, accented with Bali silver beads on an 18" dainty flat cable link chain. This piece of glass measures a little over a half an inch tall and was cut from the same shard of glass as the matching earrings that are currently listed. All solid sterling sliver. A total ONE OF A KIND! Comes with a little piece of paper that explains the glass in case you are giving it as a gift. Shipping domestically is free on this item.

Please see the matching earrings:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/608108797

These beads were cut from shards of glass excavated in Afghanistan, the eastern most part of Roman reach, and date to about 400 AD, nearing the end of the Roman Empire. Excavated glass shards are actually from dump sites at glass making complexes. The glass either came from broken items or items the glass blowers felt were not good enough, the waste glass was cast aside and meant to be melted down again at a later date.

A quick note about my ancient Roman glass jewelry: Since I buy both silver and glass shards by weight, this is how my pieces are priced. The heavier the piece of glass or the more silver, the more expensive the finished piece of jewelry.

I feel compelled to discus ancient Roman glass and the different provenances. The Roman Empire existed for centuries and stretched for thousands of miles in all directions. The Israeli excavated glass I offer dates to about 50 BC to 100 AD and comes from the glass making locale Jalome. The Afghani excavated pieces I offer can still be called ancient Roman glass because the Romans did occupy the area where it was manufactured at the time it was manufactured. The Sasanians who lived in the region of Afghanistan where this glass comes from first met the Romans in the 300s AD and the Romans brought with them their glass making technology. Rome fell in 476 but the Eastern Roman Empire (which was created in 330 AD and was run out of Constantinople) soldiered on till about 695 AD. Roman occupation in Afghanistan waned after 651 when the Sasanian Dynasty fell and by 870 the Islamic tradition was completely entrenched in Afghanistan. Any glass newer than about 800 AD should be referred to then as Islamic and not Roman. I see other people offering ancient Roman glass from Afghanistan and they claim it is 2000 years old, it is not. Worse yet I see some offering Afghani glass that was manufactured in the 1800's and listing it as ancient. I want to always be clear about the dates and origins of the glass I sell and I hope to educate others so they will be better informed shoppers.

arg0406

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(202)
Reviewed by Amanda mccormick
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 12, 2018
These earrings are beautiful, very vibrant color! I love being able to wear a piece of history! Thanks so much!!
nice petite deep blue green teal ancient Roman glass sterling earrings

Reviewed by linneapaulina
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 29, 2018
Such a beautiful, delicate necklace. I am so excited to wear it and have had it on every single day since I received it in the mail. Super quick shipping. Beyond pleased. Thank you for this precious necklace!
a petite and dainty 22k gold vermeil rare South Sea Keshi pearl minimalist necklace

Reviewed by Michelle Hinshon
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 28, 2018
Super cute and delivered promptly. Only problem is that it is so cute I don't want to give it as a gift now.
ancient Roman glass and crystal 16 inch minimalist necklace sterling silver FREE SHIP

Reviewed by Lee Yeaeun
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 25, 2018
I really love this perfect necklace! thanks
OOAK 16 inch sea foam green sterling ancient Roman glass slide necklace FREE SHIP

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All items may be returned within 14 days no questions asked as long as they are in their original packaging and in new condition. Buyer is responsible for all shipping charges. If an item is being returned because of a manufacturing flaw on my part then buyer is not responsible for shipping charges.

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Domestically jewelry is shipped via USPS either in bubble mailer first class in a jewelry gift box, or for wholesale orders a small Flat Rate Priority box.

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All photos were taken with a zoom under daylight adjusted fluorescent lighting unless otherwise stated.

All my loose gemstones are 100% natural and untreated in any way. All my pearls are natural though some have been color enhanced.

Special orders are welcome as are all questions!

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Chain style: Bead
  • Necklace length: 18 Inches
  • Closure: Spring ring
  • Adjustable length: No
  • Recycled: Yes
  • Number of strands: 1
  • Spinner: No
  • Materials: ancient Roman glass, sterling silver
  • Feedback: 202 reviews
  • Favorited by: 12 people
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