Antique Glass
 Antique Glass
The idea of ​​creating glass dates back to the third century BC.  For the first time talked about this back in Greece.  It was the Greeks who became the first creators of glass products.  But, unfortunately, information about their glass-making technologies has not been preserved to our time. But later, remnants of some of the first products were found.


 Antique Glass
 Antique Glass
 Further continuation of the case of the Romans Greek.  It was during this period that art glass became the most produced.  Technologies improved and became more popular.  Rome and Alexandria were centers for the production of luxury glassware, as artisans could easily sell their goods in these rich cities.  Moreover, since that time, few items have been preserved that had different shapes and decorations. They were found over many centuries and are considered a great value.


 Egypt since the first century of our era, too, was actively involved in the production of glass products.  But their special feature was that they had an unusual brilliance and had a magnificent design.  Also it was the Egyptians who began to use glass in decorations.  This material made it possible to create new styles of products.  And there were also new technologies that often were a combination of two old ones.  They tried to combine glass with other materials and it was removed.  Glass perfectly looked absolutely with everything. Products, especially expensive because of their fragility, were produced mainly in the east, particularly in Alexandria.  They were sometimes exported very far.

 Antique Glass
 Antique Glass

Copies of ancient glass art, which have survived in our time, now cost a lot of money and are under the strict control of many museums around the world.

 This is a small and brief history of antique glass, which has retained its relevance until today. That's all you need to know about antique glass.