alabaster glass

alabaster glass

[′al·ə‚bas·tər ‚glas]
(materials)
A glass that contains small inclusions of different diffractive indexes and shows no color reaction to light.
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Units: About 8,000 Description: This recallinvolves round ceiling-mounted light fixtures, satin nickel or bronze in color with a domed alabaster glass shade.
5-inch oil-rubbed bronze lamp; a 71-inch antique bronze finish design with a reading light; a 70-inch rubbed bronze finish model with an alabaster glass shade; and a 64-inch black chrome design with five separate heads and plastic shades, and a 68-inch arch lamp with a white fabric shade.
For the meeting room, it used alabaster glass, which looks like acrylic glass, but is more environmentally friendly, as generates less wastage.
Caption(s): 1 Dale Tiffany's Casorati chandelier features alabaster glass and medieval-inspired hardware finished in antique gold.
3 Westinghouse Lighting's Simpler Times pendant from its Thomas Kinkade collection is accented with alabaster glass.
Smooth alabaster glass, seeded glass and crystal accents provide translucency and add sparkle to the home.
Rococo design with cherubs supporting alabaster glass shade.
Home Depot's recent featured fan is the Mission-style Miramar in weathered bronze with amber-colored alabaster glass up-and-down lights, reversible blades and remote control ($199).
Ten Strawberry Street is showing a full line of alabaster glass serving pieces from Spain, which include triangular and square charger plates and footed serving bowls.
New footed pedestal bowls will be seen from both Libbey, in the many extensions to its Crisa collection, and 10 Strawberry Street, in its alabaster glass serving pieces.