red glass

red glass

[′red ′glas]
(materials)
Soda-zinc glass to which small amounts of cadmium and selenium are added.
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She set the lamp on the table, and he saw that it was carefully laid for supper, with fresh doughnuts, stewed blueberries and his favourite pickles in a dish of gay red glass.
He carries a slim cane, surmounted with an English pug's head with red glass eyes.
My mother brought home a Christmas tree, boxes of red glass balls, and yards of tiny colored lights.
The Scandi blue vase costs PS30, red glass bottle, PS15, grey glass bottle, PS25, and owl, PS15.
She then stepped over the millionaire's body, but not before drinking a red glass of wine, and left without calling for help.
David is the first UK artist to be granted such long-term access to a Masonic organisation, and the exhibition features objects donated by the group, such as a red glass heart.
Tenders are invited for Reflector Red Glass With Frame And Angle Make:- B.
The kitchen/diner is fully fitted, having a range of red glass and round edged wall and base units with work surfaces over, matching centre island, integrated electric fanassisted double oven and induction hob with extractor hood over.
euro]e items stolen include a bronze Nepalese lion, a Priscilla Han cold cast bronze horse, a blue glass and sterling silver sugar pot and a red glass, double-ended scent bottle.
An elegant yet monolithic building clad in stone, the updated structure in Metz opens up and adapts to the scale of passersby with a bold gesture: a pleated, red glass canopy that juts out and wraps around the building facade at varying heights.
Behind red glass on the altar was a flame to recall the presence