Up until the 1st century AD, glass was only available to the rich. During the first century AD, glass blowing became the method of choice and significantly reduced the thickness of the glass and the finish work required to complete a piece. This made glass ownership affordable to all Romans. In the picture above and the items that follow, you can see a bit of the variety produced during the 2nd, 3rd and 4th centuries AD. From tear vials to large containers, glass items were produced in large quantities. With prices ranging from $35 to $975, I think there is something here for any budget. Thank you for looking.