wire glass

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a glass that contains a layer of wire netting in it

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Some people decide to collect only objects from a certain time period, maker or style, such as Georgian glass, Wedgwood pottery, Lalique glass, art nouveau or art deco pieces.
This is a 1920s building so some of it was Georgian glass and other windows were double glazed.
By the beginning of the Victorian age stained glass had broken away from the pictorial mode of Georgian glass painting, with its heavy reliance on enamels, and reverted to the medieval system of pot-metal colours united by lead.
Famous for antiques, the hundreds of stalls sell everything from Georgian glass to fishing tackle.
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