Metalsmiths for Change

Amy Ingersoll - @amy.Beth.designs

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  • Regular price $125.00


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AUCTION DETAILS

✨AUCTION✨ This 24-hr auction starts September 4th at 10am PT and ends September 5th at 10am PT. Auction proceeds benefit Center for Black Equity (42.5%), ACLU (42.5%), and the Metalsmiths for Change Fund (5%).

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ARTIST: @amy.Beth.designs

ITEM DESCRIPTION: 2000 year old Roman Glass paired with moonstone and ancient Ethiopian silver.

Sits at 17-18 inches with a 2 inch extended.

Roman glass is over 2000 years old, and began life as a household vase, water jug, or temple vessel. It belonged to someone. It was used and perhaps even treasured. There is genuine history and a unique story behind each piece. These glass fragments have rested undisturbed for centuries, these fragments still bear the marks of their former lives and they have also been transformed by the very earth in which they have slumbered. Those lucky enough to own a piece of roman glass jewelry are wearing a small piece of 2000-year-old history.

(Reference : https://earthegy.com/ancient-roman-glass-history.html)

Shipping: $5 US // $15 International