Found in Antakya on Soteria Vase and exhibited in Antakya Archaeological Museum, M.S. The floor mosaic dated to the 5th century is depicted. On the floor mosaic, which seems to belong to a bathhouse, is a woman bust, whose name appears to be Soteria, and is thought to represent "renewal".
The Antakya mosaics were made as flooring for churches, private residences and baths between the 2nd and 6th centuries and most of them were unearthed during excavations in Antakya, Harbiye and Çevlik. Antakya mosaics, which are the continuation of the Hellenistic art tradition with their technical superiority, decorative and naturalist effects, provide information about the cultural habits and taste of the society in the period when it was built.
Soteria Vase is made of handmade amber glass. The glass surface on which the patterns are applied is covered with 24 carat gold gilding, a mosaic texture is applied to the gold coated surface, and each mosaic particle is hand painted individually with a special glass paint.
Its production is limited to 2000 units.
Width: 25 cm
Height: 24 cm
It is 100% handmade.
Product Origin: Turkey
Cleaning Recommendation: Wipe with a dry cloth.