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Antique Phoenician Mosaic Glass Bust Pendant (c. 300 B.C.)

Antique Phoenician Mosaic Glass Bust Pendant (c. 300 B.C.)

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This ancient Phoenician mosaic glass pendant featuring the bust of a face has seen some action over the years, but it's not done yet! The bust's base is made of mosaic glass and covered in a layer of orange decorative glass. The face itself has blue eyes, pink lips, and line designs finished in orange. The nose and one eye have been slightly damaged over the years, but the artifact has retained its integrity and can be used with confidence as a display piece or a wearable necklace pendant!

Phoenician glass was renowned in ancient times for its unique luster and beauty. The coastal dunes of southern Venice provided high-quality sand for the production of glass, as the technique of glass blowing likely originated in the first century B.C. in this region.

This artifact has been attested as authentic ancient Phoenician and dated to circa 300 B.C. by Mr. Matthew Wicks of Ancient Hands, LTD, and is accompanied by a signed PDF copy of its "Provenance & Ownership" documentation.

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