crystal glass


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crystal glass

[′krist·əl ‚glas]
(materials)
A water-clear lead glass which polishes readily and has a high index of refraction.

crystal glass

A clear glass, made as nearly colorless as possible.
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Crystal Guard Zero removes wax and dirt off surfaces and at the same time creates a tough crystal glass layer on any surface.
The high-end ingredients of the costly cocktail do not stop with the posh spirits, Champagne ice and crystal glass.
A FORMER Black Country crystal glass factory is to be redeveloped after receiving a pounds 1.
The images embedded in the 40mm thick crystal glass featured Swedish innovations such as the light house and the Skype.
Twelve choirs, all from Wales, competed in the event but the South Wales Male Choir walked away with the top prize of pounds 3,000 and a crystal glass trophy.
The Royal Family at Work on BBC1 showed him measure an inch of gin into a crystal glass.
By the beginning of the 19th century, however, lead crystal had supplanted crystal glass.
The current revival of English lead crystal is good news and bad news for Tudor Crystal, one of the country's last manufacturers of hand-made lead crystal glass ware.
In addition, the new showroom will allow the company to feature for the first time the crystal glass stemware and barware of Schott Zwiesel.
Consisting of a 75cl bottle of Mumm Cordon Rouge Champagne with two branded crystal glass flutes, 60,000 added value packs will be available to retailers with an rrp of 19.
Riedel, the Austrian company that has designed glassware for just about every beverage except Coca-Cola, has introduced a crystal glass made expressly for tasting wine.
will each continue to own 50 percent of SCP, the Korean-based liquid crystal glass substrate manufacturer.