A GROUP OF SEVEN EARLY ISLAMIC GLASS WEIGHTS, 10TH-11TH CENTURY

A GROUP OF SEVEN EARLY ISLAMIC GLASS WEIGHTS, 10TH-11TH CENTURY

Reference: ART3005978

A Glass weight, moulded and stamped, opaque brown in colour with white splashes, citing in the centre with 2 lines of undeciphered Arabic text, 1.479 g., 14 mm, coin weight: half dirham. A Glass weight, moulded and stamped ,transparent pale-green in colour, citing in the centre with 3 lines of undeciphered Arabic text.
6.089 g., 25.4 mm, coin weight: double dirham. A Glass weight, moulded and stamped, transparent light-green in colour, citing in the centre with 3 lines of undeciphered Arabic text.
6.115 g., 24 mm, coin weight: double dirham. A Roman glass seal, transparent light-green in colour, citing a female head and a man head on each side, 18 mm. A Glass weight, moulded and stamped, transparent dark-green in colour, citing in the centre with the name Amir al-Mu'mnin, surrounded by Al-Imam Ma'ad Abu Tamim al-Mustansir (427-487 AH/1036-1094 AD). 5.834g, 24 mm, coin weight: double dirham. A Glass weight, moulded and stamped, transparent light-green in colour, citing in the centre with 2 lines of undeciphered Arabic text.
5.667g, 26 mm, coin weight: double dirham. A Glass weight, moulded and stamped, dark violet in colour, citing in the centre with 4 lines of undeciphered Arabic text.
2,904 g., 20 mm. coin weight: dirham.