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"Godet". Royaume-Uni, Londres, British Museum - Photo (C) The British Museum, Londres, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / The Trustees of the British Museum

Photo of Anglo-Saxon, glass globular beaker, blue with self-coloured trailed decoration

beaker Early Anglo-Saxon Date 7thC(early) Findspot: Clobb's Row, grave gravel pit (behind)(Europe,United Kingdom,England,Essex,Broomfield (Essex),Clobb's Row Materials glass Dimensions Diameter: 12.5 centimetres Height: 8.5 centimetres

Group of Objects Jar; blue with self-coloured trailed decoration. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Cuddesdon Bowl: Anglo-Saxon glass bowl from Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire. This early seventh-century Anglo-Saxon bowl, probably made in Kent, was discovered in 1847 in Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire. It was found in the grave of an Anglo-Saxon of noble rank, during alterations to the Bishop of Oxford’s palace. The bowl subsequently went missing and was re-discovered in 1971 in a house in Leicestershire, where it was being used as flower vase.

cuddesdon bowl ~ anglo-saxon glass bowl from cuddesdon, oxfordshire, early seventh-century

6th-7th century AD. A broad green cup with everted rim, band of applied blue-glass pellets to the equator; Gaulish workmanship. 129 grams, 10.5 cm (4"). From an important Dutch collection; acquired in the 1980s from Nicholas Wright of Kilburn, London, UK (Sir Michael Tippett's assistant); found in an Anglo-Saxon grave in Kent, UK, in the 1970s.

A broad green cup with with everted rim, band of applied blue-glass pellets to the equator; cen, found in Kentish grave.

6th century AD. A bulbous green cup with flattened base and everted rim; probably Gaulish, curated in a Kentish grave. Cf. the 4th century AD Roman green glass cup in Ancient Glass, Roman Glass (Allaire Collection of Glass) from Bourne Park, Bishopsbourne, Kent and Evison, V.I. Catalogue of Anglo-Saxon Glass in the British Museum, item 97. 89 grams, 78 mm (3").

A bulbous green cup with flattened base and everted rim; probably Gaulish, curated in a Kentish grave.

https://flic.kr/p/bx69YT | Beaker, copy | Beaker, copy. Glass. Grave find, Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland, Sweden.  SHM 29750:440  See also: kulturarvsdata.se/shm/object/html/106819

https://flic.kr/p/bx69YT | Beaker, copy | Beaker, copy. Glass. Grave find, Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland, Sweden. SHM 29750:440 See also: kulturarvsdata.se/shm/object/html/106819

Goblet | Corning Museum of Glass

Goblet | Corning Museum of Glass

Accession number: A27663 Collection place: Harlow, Essex Production date: 1630-1700 Material: ceramic; earthenware Measurements: H 220 mm; DM (base) 113 mm Museum Section: Post-Medieval Summary: Metropolitan slipware rounded jug with handle and neck missing, decorated with lines and scrolls and inscribed "FAST AND PRAY", in white slip. Found with A27662.

Accession number: A27663 Collection place: Harlow, Essex Production date: 1630-1700 Material: ceramic; earthenware Measurements: H 220 mm; DM (base) 113 mm Museum Section: Post-Medieval Summary: Metropolitan slipware rounded jug with handle and neck missing, decorated with lines and scrolls and inscribed "FAST AND PRAY", in white slip. Found with A27662.