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Roman Glass

Roman Glass

  • Roman Glass Natural 18-32mm Oval

    Bead World Gems

    $21.75
    Approximate beads per strand: 15-16 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $21.75
  • Roman Glass Natural 13-22mm Rectangle

    Bead World Gems

    $23.50
    Approximate beads per strand: 14-17 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $23.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 4mm Heishi

    Bead World Gems

    $18.50
    Approximate beads per strand: 120 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $18.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 23-35mm Oval

    Bead World Gems

    $22.75
    Approximate beads per strand: 16 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $22.75
  • Roman Glass Natural 12-60mm Random

    Bead World Gems

    $19.50
    Approximate beads per strand: 12 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $19.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 6-7mm Saucer

    Roman Glass Natural 6-7mm Saucer

    Bead World Gems

    $18.50
    Approximate beads per strand: 130 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $18.50
  • Dark Roman Glass Natural 12-20mm Coin

    Dark Roman Glass Natural 12-20mm Coin

    Bead World Gems

    $19.50
    Approximate beads per strand: 25-27 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $19.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 3-4mm Saucer

    Roman Glass Natural 3-4mm Saucer

    Bead World Gems

    $17.50
    Approximate beads per strand: 200 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $17.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 18-30mm Oval Coin

    Roman Glass Natural 18-30mm Oval Coin

    Bead World Gems

    $24.50
    Approximate beads per strand: 15-18 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $24.50
  • Roman Glass Natural 9mm Coin

    Roman Glass Natural 9mm Coin

    Bead World Gems

    $18.50
    Approximate beads per strand: 30 What is it: The colorless (and "aqua" blue) glass was produced in the Roman period by adding either antimony or manganese oxide. This oxidised the iron, which although yellow, is a much weaker colorant, allowing the...
    $18.50