cased glass

cased glass

[′kāst ‚glas]
(materials)
Glass composed of two or more layers of different colors.

cased glass, case glass, overlay glass

Glass formed of two or more fused layers of different colors; the top layer may be cut, permitting a lower layer to show through.
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2616615 Vase from a colorless, colored and cased glass, blown second difficulty (to blow a pallet, with a pronounced neck, without the pallet with the throat, with the tabs on the housing ladders or pallet) for colors
This trumpet vase is fairly typical of his work: a bold shape in cased glass with quite a heavy base.
The collection includes the hand-blown cased glass Mistica pendants in red flame and blue flame colors (featured).
Cased glass - that is to say, glass that is produced by blowing two or more layers of glass together - is a special feature of much of the glass that emerged from Scandinavia in the 1950s and 60s.
It's mixed in with art glass, cased glass and clear, solidly built barware with an emphasis on shape.
Miller''s Collectables, the antiques experts, price this Swedish Kosta cased glass bowl from the 1970s at up to pounds 75.
There are indeed very collectable examples of genuinely Scandinavian glass made in this style: coloured cased glass with a layer of white on the inside.
Orleans has an imperial bronze, ornate design over cased glass.
This glass falls into three broad categories: plain glass, colourless or tinted; cased glass that is often carved; and glass made to imitate other materials, such as stone, porcelain or tortoiseshell.
executed in glass, such as cased glass and the look of trapped bubbles.