Hamsa & Roman Glass Necklace

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Handcrafted Hamsa & Roman Glass Necklace - A silver necklace with a Hamsa hand and Agate stones.

Stunning!

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Handcrafted Hamsa & Roman Glass Necklace - A silver necklace with a Hamsa hand and Agate stones.

This jewelry piece is handmade and is specially "Made-To-Order", please allow longer time for shipment.

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About Roman Glass Jewelry:

This unique glass was first created in the Roman Empire. During the early decades of the 1st century AD the quantity and diversity of glass vessels available increased dramatically. This was a direct result of the massive growth of the Roman influence at the end of the Republican period, the Pax Romana that followed the decades of civil war, and the stabilisation of the state that occurred under Augustus’ rule.

Still, Roman glasswares were already making their way from Western Asia (i.e. the Parthian Empire) to the Kushan Empire in Afghanistan and India and as far Han Empire of China; the first Roman glass found in China came from an early 1st-century BC tomb at Guangzhou. The glass was used mainly for bowls and vessels in all shapes and sizes.

For almost 2000 years, Roman glass shreds and vessels have been buried underground, creating beautiful colors, waiting to be discovered. The colors that can be seen in Roman glass today are a result of the glass reacting with climactic and geological elements - heat, water, various minerals in the earth - for Thousands of years.

Roman Glass Jewelry has both the mystery, beauty and radiance of over 2000 years of history.

The archeological treasures rich with Roman glass shards, hidden from the eyes, in contact only with the soil that reacts with the glass. After centuries of contact with the soil the glass shards gave the glass a unique iridescent patina radiant with unseen before beauty, perfect for jewelry.

Our large selection of modern, ethnic and classical jewelry designs offer a wide selection of sterling silver, gold precious and semi precious stones combined with Roman glass.

Aged beautifully, the pieces and shards of Roman glass, the many different hues and shades of it; the gorgeous patina glass pair and compliment with gold and silver to form stunning fashion jewelry. All these elements came together and caused many chemical reactions that resulted in brilliant, iridescent, Roman Glass.

In was only in the past 100 years or so that archaeologists excavating areas that were under ancient Roman rule have been coming across Roman glass relics.

Intact vessels can be seen in museums around the world, but broken pieces are often transformed into jewelry, made mostly out of gold and silver.

ABOUT ROMAN GLASS JEWELRY

About Roman Glass:

This unique glass was first created in the Roman Empire which. During the early decades of the 1st century AD the quantity and diversity of glass vessels available increased dramatically. This was a direct result of the massive growth of the Roman influence at the end of the Republican period, the Pax Romana that followed the decades of civil war, and the stabilisation of the state that occurred under Augustus’ rule.

Still, Roman glasswares were already making their way from Western Asia (i.e. the Parthian Empire) to the Kushan Empire in Afghanistan and India and as far Han Empire of China; the first Roman glass found in China came from an early 1st-century BC tomb at Guangzhou. The glass was used mainly for bowls and vessels in all shapes and sizes.

For almost 2000 years, Roman glass shreds and vessels have been buried underground, creating beautiful colors, waiting to be discovered. The colors that can be seen in Roman glass today are a result of the glass reacting with climactic and geological elements - heat, water, various minerals in the earth - for Thousands of years.

Roman Glass Jewelry has both the mystery, beauty and radiance of over 2000 years of history.

The archeological treasures rich with Roman glass shards, hidden from the eyes, in contact only with the soil that reacts with the glass. After centuries of contact with the soil the glass shards gave the glass a unique iridescent patina radiant with unseen before beauty, perfect for jewelry.

Our large selection of modern, ethnic and classical jewelry designs offer a wide selection of sterling silver, gold precious and semi precious stones combined with Roman glass.

Aged beautifully, the pieces and shards of Roman glass, the many different hues and shades of it; the gorgeous patina glass pair and compliment with gold and silver to form stunning fashion jewelry. All these elements came together and caused many chemical reactions that resulted in brilliant, iridescent, Roman Glass.

In was only in the past 100 years or so that archaeologists excavating areas that were under ancient Roman rule have been coming across Roman glass relics.

Intact vessels can be seen in museums around the world, but broken pieces are often transformed into jewelry, made mostly out of gold and silver.

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