Glass amphora with two handles - clear glass
Glass in Ancient Times
In Roman times every glass product was unique. There were no mass-operated factories like today. The glass products had to be refined again and again by simple people in slow processes in order to finally reach a certain standard. This is precisely what makes antique glass making so attractive. The noncommittal and personal work with every single remnant of Roman culture ensures that today, in the age of mass consumption, we value the achievements of the past all the more highly. Without a division of labour, technically highly sophisticated tools or machines, the ancient Romans nevertheless created objects that have survived to this day and amaze us.
As if from a Roman manufactory
This glass amphora is designed according to the Roman model and is also handmade. This ensures a high degree of authenticity. It is about 30 cm high and has a volume of 750 millilitres. It also has a secure stand and is dishwasher-safe. Its symmetrical handles are attached to both sides of the slim bottle neck.
- Height approx. 30 cm
- Clear glass with two handles
- including corks Spietzkorken type M
- 750 millilitres volume
- stands firmly on the table
The design and shape of this amphora are reminiscent of typical products from Roman antiquity. Its transparency makes it look enchanted and reminds us, for example, of vessels for tinctures or poisons. This surrounds it with a mysterious aura. In addition, however, it is not only a beautifully shaped vessel, but also a useful one, suitable for storing a wide variety of liquids such as vinegar, oil or even perfume.
Arranged as in the times of Caesar
A touch of mystery circles around the curved glass. Depending on its content, this amphora nestles against any interior and has been timeless since antiquity. Embellish your rooms with a Roman glass amphora!
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