The Portland Vase, a Roman cameo glass vase, which is dated to between AD 1 and AD 25, served as an inspiration to many glass and porcelain makers from about the beginning of the 18th century onwards. It is first recorded in Rome in 1600–1601, and since 1810 has been in the British Museum in London.
RM2A25HNMThe Portland Vase, a Roman cameo glass vase, which is dated to between AD 1 and AD 25, served as an inspiration to many glass and porcelain makers from about the beginning of the 18th century onwards. It is first recorded in Rome in 1600–1601, and since 1810 has been in the British Museum in London.
The Portland Vase, a Roman cameo glass vase made between 15 BC and AD 25, Wolfson Gallery, British Museum, London, England, UK
RMFGA25HThe Portland Vase, a Roman cameo glass vase made between 15 BC and AD 25, Wolfson Gallery, British Museum, London, England, UK
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 5, 2014: British Museum. Visitors look at the Portland Vase is a Roman cameo glass vase, which is
RMEAFDC8LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 5, 2014: British Museum. Visitors look at the Portland Vase is a Roman cameo glass vase, which is
Portland Vase, cameo glass, circa 15 BC, British Museum, London, England, UK, GB, British Isles
RMD2N49GPortland Vase, cameo glass, circa 15 BC, British Museum, London, England, UK, GB, British Isles
Portland Vase on display in the British Museum, London. It is a Roman cameo glass vase. (92)
RMKKTCANPortland Vase on display in the British Museum, London. It is a Roman cameo glass vase. (92)
Fragment of flashed glass (cameo glass), Formerly Adalbert von Lanna Collection (Prague), Glass, blown into shape, mouth-blown, flashed, cut, glass, Total: Height: 3.2 cm; Width: 5.6 cm; Depth: 1 cm (0.5-1.0 cm), Drinking and barware, Table decoration, Genii, Early Imperial period, Roman antiquity, The fragment was part of a vessel with the rim bent up at the top The translucent blue glass is covered with a layer of opaque white glass and a relief is cut out with a wheel in the style of the Portland vase in the London British Museum. The ground is sanded down to the blue.
RM2DNRWBGFragment of flashed glass (cameo glass), Formerly Adalbert von Lanna Collection (Prague), Glass, blown into shape, mouth-blown, flashed, cut, glass, Total: Height: 3.2 cm; Width: 5.6 cm; Depth: 1 cm (0.5-1.0 cm), Drinking and barware, Table decoration, Genii, Early Imperial period, Roman antiquity, The fragment was part of a vessel with the rim bent up at the top The translucent blue glass is covered with a layer of opaque white glass and a relief is cut out with a wheel in the style of the Portland vase in the London British Museum. The ground is sanded down to the blue.
London. England. The Portland Vase, depicting mythological scenes of love and marriage, British Museum, from Rome, Italy, ca. 5-25 A.D.
RMKM9X92London. England. The Portland Vase, depicting mythological scenes of love and marriage, British Museum, from Rome, Italy, ca. 5-25 A.D.
Portland vase in the British Museum. Cameo vase in blue and white glass with historical or mythological figures. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, etc., London, 1814.
RMKHDF6BPortland vase in the British Museum. Cameo vase in blue and white glass with historical or mythological figures. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, etc., London, 1814.
The Portland Vase, c5-25 AD. Artist: Unknown
RMB0K4MGThe Portland Vase, c5-25 AD. Artist: Unknown
Portland vase in the British Museum. Cameo vase in blue and white glass with historical or mythological figures. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, etc., London, 1814.
RMP9H9AMPortland vase in the British Museum. Cameo vase in blue and white glass with historical or mythological figures. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, etc., London, 1814.
Marbles and bronzes; fifty plates from selected subjects in the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities . Fig. 6.—The Portland Vase (Plate 50). The Portland Vase. A glass vase, in layers of dark blue andopaque white, the white layer being carved in relief, in themanner of a cameo. The subjects are doubtful, but appear tobe scenes from the story of Peleus and Thetis. On the sideshown in the plate Peleus watches Thetis asleep, in the presenceof Aphrodite. The work is of the 1st century a.d. The vase was found (according to a tradition of questionablevalue) in a marble sarcophagus in the Monte
RM2AM7J31Marbles and bronzes; fifty plates from selected subjects in the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities . Fig. 6.—The Portland Vase (Plate 50). The Portland Vase. A glass vase, in layers of dark blue andopaque white, the white layer being carved in relief, in themanner of a cameo. The subjects are doubtful, but appear tobe scenes from the story of Peleus and Thetis. On the sideshown in the plate Peleus watches Thetis asleep, in the presenceof Aphrodite. The work is of the 1st century a.d. The vase was found (according to a tradition of questionablevalue) in a marble sarcophagus in the Monte
The Portland Vase, a Roman cameo glass vase, which is dated to between AD 1 and AD 25, served as an inspiration to many glass and porcelain makers from about the beginning of the 18th century onwards. It is first recorded in Rome in 1600–1601, and since 1810 has been in the British Museum in London.
RM2A25HNPThe Portland Vase, a Roman cameo glass vase, which is dated to between AD 1 and AD 25, served as an inspiration to many glass and porcelain makers from about the beginning of the 18th century onwards. It is first recorded in Rome in 1600–1601, and since 1810 has been in the British Museum in London.