Yaron Morhaim's Roman Glass range is spectacular. Each piece of unearthed patina'd glass is reflective with depth and opalescent appearance. Individually set, juxtaposed by pearls and sterling silver settings, Morhaim's range is eclectic and classic in historical interest and modern appearance. Excavated in Israel from archaeological sites that date back 2000 years to the Roman Empire, the climate helps glass preservation in a way unique to Israel. The mineral composition of the soil results in this beautiful mineralisation of the buried glass.
The Romans discovered glass blowing and made it highly disseminated for a variety of uses including storage of oils and perfumes.
All pieces are set in sterling 925 silver, highly polished. This shine can be maintained with an occasional polish with a soft cloth. Please be aware that due to the nature of the glass it should not be immersed in water.
The matching materials mean the range is infinitely mixable, the range of settings mean a more or less uniform set depending on your taste. Square, round or oval shapes prevail.