spun glass


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spun glass

[′spən ′glas]
(materials)
Blown glass made of fine threads of glass.
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The Vessels Spun Glass sink from Kohler takes a more subtle approach, matching textured glass with pale, ocean-inspired colors.
Ice formations looking like spun glass drifted in the bay around us.
50; RED AND GREEN GLASS CANDLESTICKS, pounds 15 EACH; PACK OF DINNER CANDLES, pounds 6; RED SILVER DISC CRACKERS, pounds 20; GREEN SPUN GLASS DECORATIONS, pounds 3.
Washington Chemical Company made asbestos products including fire proofed mattress for trains, lagging for pipes and spun glass, which could be found in insulation in buildings.
Over the years it has developed into a museum, containing items such as rockets and flares, ropes and nautical knots, photographs and models, including a ship made from spun glass in the 1800s.
In the gazebo, the couple cut a traditional five-tiered wedding cake topped with fresh flowers and spun glass butterflies.
His views on many subjects are totally politically incorrect or, in old fashioned English, common sensical: he prefers 'Glenlivet in finely spun glass to instant coffee in airport cardboard[ldots] and would have no shame in demonstrating to some academic demagogue that a 'value judgement' can be risked between King Lear and Getting Gertie's Garter.