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cut glass

a. glass, esp bowls, vases, etc., decorated by facet-cutting or grinding
b. (as modifier): a cut-glass vase

Cut glass

A glass which has been decorated by grinding figures or patterns on its surface by abrasive means, followed by polishing it.

cut glass

[¦kət ¦glas]
(materials)
Flint glass ornamented with patterns cut into its surface.

cut glass

A glass which has been decorated by grinding figures or patterns on its surface by abrasive means, followed by polishing.
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