cathedral glass


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cathedral glass

[kə′thē·drəl ‚glas]
(materials)
Unpolished translucent sheet glass.

cathedral glass

Translucent sheet glass which is unpolished.
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Kiln-formed glass with extremely deep textures, and extremely thick glass (100mm), is a trend for today, according to Allan, whose popular products such as Cathedral glass, Stax Glass, and Crackle glass are currently available in the Middle East market.
PIECE OF HISTORY: Fragments of the glass recovered form Coventry Cathedral PAINSTAKING WORK: Kelly Orange cleans up the Cathedral glass
The commingled style of the Magdeburg-Prague cultural axis extends outward into the cathedral glass of Halberstadt (ca.
After 1894, the year in which Pilkington became a limited company, it was the only plate glass manufacturer in this country that also made sheet, rolled, and cathedral glass.
Clerical control seems to have ensured coherent planning of subject-matter and compositions throughout the choir; indeed he finds the cathedral glass remarkably free of lay influence, or of trends favoured by the mendicant orders.
Cathedral glass would require a period "well beyond the age of the universe," he says.
It is a great place and I am sure the next owners will have as much joy in the home as we have Reclaimed cathedral glass adds charm and character The full height dining room has a truly baronial feel about it The beamed living room is cosy
All the well-known sites in the Cathedral Quarter will be open; there's an opportunity to view the old cathedral glass and a new flurry of activity in Spon Street and Hill Street.