crystal base

crystal base

[¦krist·əl ′bās]
(crystallography)
The contents of a primitive cell of a crystal.
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iOud's main range of products have no need for charcoal and burners, as they are formed in an easy-to-ignite incense finger, conveniently housed on a stylish crystal base.
Apparatus's Block Double vase is composed of a crystal base and a pair of brass capsules.
Metal, Mercury Glass and Crystal Base with Aged Brass Finish I Metallic Linen-like Shade Suggested Retail Price: $448
BRIGHTEN up your living room or bedroom and save 50% into the bargain with this elegant Clear Small Arley Table Lamp, which has a faceted crystal base and delicate white shade from BHS.
s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1349444827&sr=1-5&keywords=Steve+Jobs) crystal cube with the Apple logo , bearing similarities to the clear cube of a store on New York City's 5th Avenue, sits atop a three-inch crystal base.
To faciliate his crimes, White carried with him a small black leather pouch that contained a crucifix, a pack of John Waddington playing cards and a pair of crystal balls, one of which stood on a star-shaped crystal base.
Kashiwara, The crystal base and Littelmann's refined Demazure character formula, Duke Math.
This pretty satin leaf shade is just begging for a gilded or crystal base to set it off, EUR18.
Maintaining the tradition of all watches entering the Montblanc TimeWalker collection, the sapphire crystal base reveals the beauty of the COSC-certified automatic movement and the rotor of the watch features the limited edition marking.
The matrix may be rough-surfaced or irregular on a fine scale, and as it grows the crystal base will cover a wider portion of the matrix and becomes larger, while maintaining the original orientation.
05 SEXY and stylish, a crystal base lamp by House Couturier offers sleek design at pounds 363.