Inside looking out through the stained glass of a cemetery chapel, Brooklyn, New York.
Gold earring with glass Elvis pendant. Phoenician or Carthaginian 3rd–1st century B.C. [1154×1200]
Glass Beaker, 50-100 CE. Roman [OC][750×1018]
“Glass with Hellebores” (1886) by Vincent Van Gogh [1212 x 1638]
Sutton Hoo purse lid, 7th century Anglo-Saxon, gold, garnet, millefiori glass [5888×3752]
Interior of Notre-Dame du Raincy [1000×668] by Auguste Perret. Entire walls of stained glass are enabled by modern techniques to create the finest Notre-Dame left in Paris.
Pair of gold earrings with an Egyptian Atef crown set with stones and glass, c. 3rd–2nd century B.C. [1200×1200]
Sunlight through stained glass of Tours cathedral. [2736×3648]
An english Georgian fob seal used to seal letters, kept on a silver chain usually with a pocket watch, the base is cut glass and this one imprints the dove returning from the ark with an olive branch and the… Continue Reading
Vintage china glass tree, turned mame bonsai pot, like?
Glass Window Bridge, Eleuthera Bahamas. The blue water on the left is the Atlantic Ocean; turquoise on the right is the Caribbean.
Glass Beach, Fort Bragg, CA [6000×4000] [oc]
(I made) Bacon, eggs, and peanut butter toast. To wash it down, a mug of coffee, a glass of water, and some homemade kombucha.
Glass bowl in the shape of a plastic baggie
Stained glass window inside of the Tacoma Mausoleum. Tacoma, WA.
Sustainable Towers in Ft Lauderdale FL. Shaded glass and open air balconies. Student Project. [2436×1125]
lesbianshepard: Just heard a customer two aisles over go “Hey, I think this is that special glass that doesn’t shatter when you drop it” followed by the sound of shattering glass. I hate retail. Source link
My first attempt using a glass ball. Swindon, UK. (5333×4000)
Ivory spectacle case with a carved skeleton grim reaper with a scythe which is also being held by a doctor (who is also holding a pair of spectacles), a baby in a cradle, and a hour glass, European, c. 1500.… Continue Reading
A rare intact early Façon de Venise (Venetian Fashion) “serpent’ wine glass. Attributed to South Lowlands or Germany, 17th century. [548×1116]
Roman mosaic showing Hercules who caught a Ceryneian Hind. It was a third labour of Hercules to bring an animal to Eurystheus – king of Tyryns. Object is dated back to 170-180 CE and made of marble, terracotta, glass paste.… Continue Reading
Stained glass window, school chapel in Strasbourg, France [5120×3840]
Necklace made from gold and green glass with a medallion depicting an unspecified goddesses. Roman Egypt. 30 BC to 300 AD. [1559×2100]