amber glass

amber glass

[′am·bər ′glas]
(materials)
A tinted glass made by using different mixtures of sulfur and iron oxide; the color can vary from pale yellow to ruby amber.
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Tenders are invited for Bis Trichlorosilyl Methane - Product Code Sib 1813 - Cas 4142-85-2 In Package Of Amber Glass Bottle 1 Kg.
Other highlights on its stand include a curious Byzantine amber glass hexagonal flask with Jewish and Christian symbols, made for pilgrims in Israel or Syria in the late 6th or 7th century.
The grand lobby, with its 53-ft high ceiling, was lighted by hidden green lights to suggest a rain forest--a 40 ft fountain of glass glowed from dozens of colored lights hidden behind enormous pieces of amber glass.
Although this example is in clear smoky amber glass, this shape of vase was also produced in a cased version.
Description: This recallinvolves round ceiling-mounted light fixtures sold in satin nickel, bronze, polished brass, antique brass, white, or bronze finishes with a domed white or amber glass shade.
Part of ELK's new Cornerstone line, the graceful Brighton collection is available in two finishes, brushed nickel with white glass and oil rubbed bronze with amber glass.
New Belgium started a brown bottle recycling program that provides bars and restaurants with a bin to chuck amber glass in.
Packaged in 2-ounce amber glass bottles, the extracts are available in a wide range of standard and unique flavors including vanilla, rum, lemon, orange, coconut, peppermint, hazelnut, cherry, cinnamon, chocolate, almond and black walnut.
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Thousands of amber glass droplets have been suspended from sensuous curves cut in the ceiling and lit from above.
Wilmette Lighting's Holophane prismatic glass pisces are now available in amber glass.