art glass


Definition of art glass

: articles of glass designed primarily for decorative purposes especially : novelty glassware

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In this bar, art glass featuring pretzels and mugs of beer will be found, along with the original 19th century woodwork, bar, furniture and decorative elements. Emily Hines, Indianapolis Star, "See Indianapolis from a new perspective with these 7 postcard-worthy sites," 22 May 2018 The home also features furniture, decorative elements and art glass designed for the Martin family by Wright. Amy Thomas, New York Times, "36 Hours in Buffalo," 28 June 2018 According to 1889 records, more than 55 million mosaic tiles are used in the space, as well as plaster and iron casts and beautiful art glass. Candace Jordan,, "Devil's Ball fires up support for Auditorium Theatre," 10 July 2018 In addition to the activities, the Borowski art glass exhibit and the park's botanial gardens and wildlife sanctuary will be open. Emily Bloch,, "Fourth of July starts early in Davie," 26 June 2018 This artist uses art glass beads and goldtone wire to make delicate and tiny pieces that often have botanical associations. Mike Giuliano, Howard County Times, "From the studio to the gallery," 8 June 2018 Again: Founded in 2005, this furniture consignment shop features pieces from Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, and Habersham, among others, along with art glass, folk art, Oriental rugs, garden accessories, and primitives. Ellen Albanese,, "Where to shop for bargains on Cape Cod," 6 June 2018 Take note of decorated stepped gable, ornate terracotta and limestone facade sculpture and banding and art glass windows. Emily Hines, Indianapolis Star, "See Indianapolis from a new perspective with these 7 postcard-worthy sites," 22 May 2018 More than 80 juried artists will display jewelry, textiles, wearable art, pottery, art glass, paintings and more and an artists raffle. Gege Reed, The Courier-Journal, "What to do around Louisville this week: Janet Jackson, Santa, speakeasy party & more," 29 Nov. 2017

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1864, in the meaning defined above

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