cathedral glass


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cathedral glass

[kə′thē·drəl ‚glas]
(materials)
Unpolished translucent sheet glass.

cathedral glass

Translucent sheet glass which is unpolished.
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Kiln-formed glass with extremely deep textures, and extremely thick glass (100mm), is a trend for today, according to Allan, whose popular products such as Cathedral glass, Stax Glass, and Crackle glass are currently available in the Middle East market.
PIECE OF HISTORY: Fragments of the glass recovered form Coventry Cathedral PAINSTAKING WORK: Kelly Orange cleans up the Cathedral glass
The commingled style of the Magdeburg-Prague cultural axis extends outward into the cathedral glass of Halberstadt (ca.
After 1894, the year in which Pilkington became a limited company, it was the only plate glass manufacturer in this country that also made sheet, rolled, and cathedral glass. They continued to yield profits which balanced any difficulties in the plate market.
Clerical control seems to have ensured coherent planning of subject-matter and compositions throughout the choir; indeed he finds the cathedral glass remarkably free of lay influence, or of trends favoured by the mendicant orders.
Cathedral glass would require a period "well beyond the age of the universe," he says.
'It is a great place and I am sure the next owners will have as much joy in the home as we have Reclaimed cathedral glass adds charm and character The full height dining room has a truly baronial feel about it The beamed living room is cosy
All the well-known sites in the Cathedral Quarter will be open; there's an opportunity to view the old cathedral glass and a new flurry of activity in Spon Street and Hill Street.