spun glass


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spun glass

[′spən ′glas]
(materials)
Blown glass made of fine threads of glass.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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DON'T put white angel hair on the tree - this is spun glass and can shred your dog's insides if digested.
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ABOVE: TWIG RUNNER, pounds 25; METALLIC YARN SCENTED PLACEMAT, pounds 4; DENBY TRACE GOURMET PLATE, pounds 13.50, DINNER PLATE, pounds 10; SINNAMAY CAPIZ BOWL, pounds 35; SQUARE DISH, pounds 30; SET OF FOUR NAPKIN RINGS, pounds 18; WHITE WINE GLASS, pounds 7.50; CHAMPAGNE FLUTE, pounds 7.50; 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 3.50; AND ETHNICRAFT DINING TABLE, pounds 749, CHAIR, 179.
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.