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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A solution of gold and chlorine added to molten amber glass gives the glass the cranberry color.
99, TK Maxx Abigail Ahern bead pendant light, PS220, Debenhams Exact match Amber glass vase, PS6, George Home Wallpapers, PS8 each, Wilko Pink glass vase, PS9.
That includes fixing up headsets, pencil holders and the amber glass ash trays.
Then, being careful to exclude the sludge that will have formed on the bottom of the jar, pour off the clear oil into amber glass jars for storage.
The filament lamps come in clear glass versions equivalent to 2700K and amber glass versions equivalent to 2400K.
This is primarily a problem when green and amber glass is classified as flint glass, which in turn contaminates the flint glass stream.
From amber glass and waves of gold, to matt black wicker and textured porcelain, the collection costs from PS14 at www.
lt;BKelly Hoppen Amber glass lantern PS28; Hexi vase PS28; Tash glass cylinder PS30; Bardot vase PS5
Most of the belts mimic a single cut piece of leather, but one, cast in a rich amber glass, is of the woven-leather variety, the kind worn too long by hipsters in high-waisted jeans.
Poulten & Graf's VOLAC Glassware line features reagent bottles in clear or amber glass, with a Polystop or amber glass stopper.
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 Second furnace of 100 tons is dedicated to produce Emerald Green, Antique Green and Amber Glass is in operation with 2 Production Lines [8 Sections DG and 8 Sections DG].