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Roman glass is a type of ancient glass that has been discovered in archaeological excavation sites in Israel and other Mediterranean countries. One of the most popular forms of Roman glass jewelry is the fine Sterling Silver Roman glass jewelry, which originates from Israel. These pieces allow individuals to wear a truly unique item that carries a 2,000-year-old history.
The aqua-hued Roman glass used in this jewelry was originally a vase, jug, or vessel. These fragments were unearthed from ancient Roman archaeological sites in what is now modern-day Israel. Over centuries, they have been textured and colored by the forces of wind and weather. Each piece not only bears the marks of its past life as a household or temple object but also exhibits the influence of the earth in which it rested before being transformed into a distinctive accent.
The designs for these jewels are based on artifacts and drawings discovered during the archaeological digs. They draw inspiration from the rich history and culture of the Roman Empire.
The Roman glass used in Contemporary Israeli jewelry is a beautiful testament to history, dating back 2,000 years to the time of the Roman Empire. It is found in archaeological digs throughout the land of Israel. The glass has undergone natural transformations during its many years of burial, resulting in the unique and beautiful aqua shades that we appreciate in Roman glass earrings, necklaces, and bracelets today.
Initially, in the Roman Empire, glass was primarily used for vessels and was available only to the wealthy. The glass was manufactured using techniques such as core forming, casting, cutting, and grinding. However, with the invention of glass blowing, glass became more accessible to the general public and was mass-produced in a wide variety of shapes and forms. Glass became immensely popular during those ancient times. Today, we have the privilege of incorporating these gorgeous historical pieces into our Roman glass jewelry, enhancing their beauty and preserving their cultural significance.