engraved glass

engraved glass

Glass whose surface has decorative designs, often produced by abrading its surface with a diamond point, copper wheel, or carborundum pencil.
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There are Oscars, Grammys, BAFTAs - you can't walk down the street without somebody trying to give you a golden statuette or piece of engraved glass for Best Use Of Pavement.
Other items stolen from the home by Scargill and not recovered included silver and gold bracelets, a necklace, a cygnet ring, a Radley tote bag, an item of engraved glass, candles, a laptop, two tablets and a passport.
Each winner received an engraved glass trophy and a meal for four people at Osteria Rodizio Rico, The Cube's newest restaurant.
Not that the trophy was really up to much: an unremarkable lump of engraved glass was all Lennon and Dowie received after finally struggling their way over the finishing line.
Not that the trophy was really up to much - an unremarkable lump of engraved glass was all Lennon and Dowie received after finally struggling their way over the finishing line.
From candles to rings, hand engraved glass to hand-stiched rugs - women in the UAE with a creative edge are now taking advantage of the pop-up market trend across the country.
The air sample flows vertically through multiple nozzles on to an engraved glass baffle plate.
Because it is engraved glass, the crisp and bright interior of the Cathedral is not compromised.
The production of an engraved glass means that it must have been a really big thing in Blyth.
The engraved glass, which can "stretch" by almost five percent before snapping, might be useful in making bullet-proof windows, glasses, or even smartphone screens.
He said: "Through this variety of engraved glass pieces I hope to show some of the magic involved in the art form.