Iridescence

The iridescence on ancient Roman glass was unintentional and was caused by weathering on the surface. How much a glass object weathers depends mainly on burial conditions and to a lesser extent the chemistry of it. These conditions are humidity, heat and type of soil the glass was buried in.


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