vitro di trina

noun vi·tro di tri·na \ˌvi‧(ˌ)trōdə‧ˈtrēnə\

Definition of vitro di trina

  1. :  a Venetian glass or glassware in which white threads are embedded in transparent glass with a lacelike or netted effect

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Origin and Etymology of vitro di trina

Italian vetro di trina, literally, lace glass

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