engraved glass

engraved glass

Glass whose surface has decorative designs, often produced by abrading its surface with a diamond point, copper wheel, or carborundum pencil.
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'This is a simply stunning Ivory statuette on a giltwood base, encased in an engraved glass cloche, the giltwood top cover surmounted by an outsized silvergilt crown with 'gravado' decorations,' he explained.
Winners were presented with a personalised, engraved glass trophy and bouquet of flowers, to recognise their hard work and dedication.
The engraved glass back comes with Huawei's unique textured finish to enable better grip as well as to remain anti-slip and anti-fingerprint.
The three winners will also receive an engraved glass trophy.
Al-Ghalayini, chairman and CEO of BMG Financial Group stepped forward and completed the daily ritual of placing a bespoke engraved glass tablet onto the podium, setting off the 8am bell.
Prior to that, Stuart's fine cut and engraved glass graced the tables of the upper-middle classes.
There are Oscars, Grammys, BAFTAs - you can't walk down the street without somebody trying to give you a golden statuette or piece of engraved glass for Best Use Of Pavement.
Other items stolen from the home by Scargill and not recovered included silver and gold bracelets, a necklace, a cygnet ring, a Radley tote bag, an item of engraved glass, candles, a laptop, two tablets and a passport.
Each winner received an engraved glass trophy and a meal for four people at Osteria Rodizio Rico, The Cube's newest restaurant.
Not that the trophy was really up to much: an unremarkable lump of engraved glass was all Lennon and Dowie received after finally struggling their way over the finishing line.
Not that the trophy was really up to much - an unremarkable lump of engraved glass was all Lennon and Dowie received after finally struggling their way over the finishing line.