Faithful reproductions of a glass vessel.
The original is in the Roman-Germanic Museum in Cologne and dates back to the 4th century AD Inventory number: 37.2 - unknown found location in Cologne.
It is the re-creation of a hemispherical bowl of corn-yellow glass with three cross-run grooves.
The bowl is 65 cm high.
The bowl was manufactured by CCAA Galsgalerie Köln GmbH.
The re-creation of the vessel is, according to the original, hand-blown and handcrafted in the tradition of art of Roman glassmaking.
The edition is numbered - the base is of the glass is engraved with a signature.
Certificate of authenticity included.
The bowl is in impeccable condition and has practically never been taken out of the box.
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- Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear