painted glass


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painted glass

A type of stained glass formed by painting a plain piece of glass with enamel, then baking or firing it in a kiln at a high temperature.
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painted glass

A decorative glass that is colored by the application of an enamel paint onto a glass surface that is then heated in a kiln at a high temperature; see stained glass.
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However, in the latter half of the 1920s and moving into the 1930s, painted glass fell out of fashion in favour of frosting and sandblasting.
DEAR SUE, Painted glass is becoming a huge trend for kitchen splash backs and you can now buy coloured glass panels direct from B&Q (from pounds 85).
The line of mouth-blown hand painted glass ornaments are from Polonaise.
Hill's easy shift from painted glass object or embroidered silk to a real specimen is engaging, and while these confrontations are frankly offered as parallels, not meant as specific sources, they are instructive.
The painted glass is now as ready to use as any other glass in the cupboard.
Aycock's store offers printed glassware, hand-blown and painted glass and hand-thrown pottery as well as several other items from a line of dishes to unique furniture.
When Marcel Duchamps' painted glass piece entitled "To be looked at (from the other side of the glass), with one eye, close to, for almost an hour" was accidentally cracked, Duchamps insisted that the cracks were an integral part of his design and must be left in
Press a clean sheet of paper on the painted glass and roll with a brayer.
The S6's optically clear polycarbonate dome does away with the need for painted glass, eliminating problems of fading, cracking and appearing black when turned off.
His team worked out the transmission matrix for their painted glass slide by hitting it with a weak laser beam more than 1000 times, changing the shape of the beam each time using a spatial light modulator - the same device used to control the light emerging from a video projector.