Beaker with Relief Decoration

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The beaker was the most common glass object found in the Nishapur excavations. This example, decorated in an intermediate style between high-relief and linear-cut glass, includes large palmettes surrounded by leaves and other vegetal motifs.

Beaker with Relief Decoration, Glass, colorless; blown, cut

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