red glass

red glass

[′red ′glas]
(materials)
Soda-zinc glass to which small amounts of cadmium and selenium are added.
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She set the lamp on the table, and he saw that it was carefully laid for supper, with fresh doughnuts, stewed blueberries and his favourite pickles in a dish of gay red glass.
He carries a slim cane, surmounted with an English pug's head with red glass eyes.
Rubens Red and Rubens Gold will be sold in select markets during the fall "holiday season," in a deluxe gift pack containing two 25 cl bottles each of Rubens Red and Gold, together with one Rubens Red glass and one Rubens Gold glass.
Buy Mother exquisite little red glass cup--my first expensive gift.
Tenders are invited for Supply , Fitting And Fixing Of Reflector Red Glass With Frame And Angle Make:- Bfh Or Similar
Boasting sandstone flooring, exposed beams and skylights, the kitchen is fully fitted with a range of red glass and round-edged wall and base units with work surfaces, glass splashbacks, a matching centre island unit, stainless steel, twin-bowl sink basins, an integrated electric fan-assisted double oven and built-in induction hob with extractor hood over.
While the photograph is black and white the product stands out as it is allowed to be seen in its red glass bottle form.
This sumptuous book, which is likely to be the finest authority on the subject of art nouveau for at least a decade, shows us what Galle could do with red glass onlaid onto white, or what French glass supremo Daum could achieve.
Here, white LEDs reveal a colorful architectural element--translucent red glass panels that line the lobby wall.
As walls should be kept white for this look, flashes of primary colour are essential, so choose bold items on the walls such as the vintage red glass square clock with silver numbers by Karlsson.
20 each, selection of royal wedding plates, from pounds 8, red glass, pounds 5, all www.