bubble glass

bubble glass

Glass in which decorative bubbles have been introduced during manufacture.
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It could not have been easy fitting a double bubble glass roof into the rear of this amazing looking coupe, but the Paris design team persevered and integrated all-in-one aluminium roof arches with swoops and curves.
Wall shelves hold assorted odd bubble glass pieces, remnants from antique and vintage lighting fixtures as well as glassware from old laboratories.
Luckily, more durable glassware selections are becoming more attractive, such as Artland's Bubble Glass, for example, or hand-blown glasses like Aztecas Designs, made in Mexico.
Check out the Hanging Bubble glass tea light holders from John Lewis.
No pink or pastel colors -- go bold, and avoid the typical bubble glass bowls and baskets.
Look for cupboards fronted with bubble glass, Austral glass [translucent but nor transparent] and other 'obscuring' glass like the old-fashioned seeded glass [that looks like it has air bubbles in it].
Indiana Glass, a division of Lancaster Colony, brings a casual touch to The Colony Raindance Azure Collection, its new line of glittery serveware made of sparkling blue bubble glass.
Priscilla is matched with bubble glass, while the Camelia accent is paired with elegant waterfall glass.
Everything from the double bubble glass roof to the aluminium arch, that stretches from the A-pillar to the boot lid, screams quality.
Curtains: retro pattern is very evocative of the fifties style and the colours also echo that era so the silk shade and bubble glass lamp emphasise that look also.
These devices called bubble glass buried receptionneront recyclable waste glass-like white (colorless) and colored glass.