iridescent glass

iridescent glass

A translucent glass having an iridescence similar to that of a soap bubble; see opalescent glass.
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Designed by French architect Jacques Ferrier, the 89,000-square-foot building, completed last year, is a simple box wrapped with dramatic diagonal screens set with iridescent glass tiles.
com Lima Llama pearlised baubles, PS15 for set of 6, John Lewis Plum Breeze rug, from PS35, Dunelm Amara iridescent glass round table, from PS296, Amara.
A translucent, seemingly iridescent glass color lends beauty to the Opale collection.
A room totally clad in natural stone can look fantastic or a combination of natural stone and iridescent glass mosaics also looks fab.
We used Sonoma mosaic glass tile in iridescent glass with coppery green tones and designed a custom cabinet with a bronze vessel sink.
In late 1907, Fenton introduced iridescent glass, which it called Iridill because it had an iridised metallic finish.
For Meteoriet, loose, iridescent glass elements have been moulded together with this mass, with metallic powders added.
Funky felt accessories, iridescent glass vases, colourful ceramics and stunning prints are amongst the finest locally hand-made contemporary arts and designer crafts available at the Pavilions from April 1-7 (excluding Easter Sunday) in an unusual Pop Up Arts Shop.
Bulk the lower branches outwith frosted twigs and decorate with iridescent glass baubles or make your own snowflakes with white paper cut into squares, folded into increasingly narrow triangles and cut out with scissors.
Designers suggest that iridescent glass mosaics could be a great material for night clubs, casinos and entertainment places; while the traditional vitreous mosaic, which is accepted as the most durable one, is widely used in swimming pools.