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glass decorated by cutting or grinding facets

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Through an interaction with Japanese sensibilities, this created a foundation for the Edo Kiriko - or Edo Cut Glass - we see today.
The presence of the three decanters and stoppers is a bonus, as is the fact that they are cut glass rather than moulded.
Although cut glass isn't the flavour of the month with many collectors, pineapple stands always command high prices because of their rarity.
Paul Allen, Past Branch President, received a gift of cut glass whisky glasses and his wife Margaret received a bouquet.
Record sportswriter Anthony Haggerty is pictured with the Argentinian legend after handing over a cut glass hand and ball at Celtic Park last night.
Cut glass decanters are an excellent buy at auction and a couple of Stuart crystal decanters will cost you over pounds 200 in the retail shops but can be acquired for pounds 30 at auction, but check that there are no chips and that the stoppers fit properly.
Geoff was presented with an engraved cut glass decanter and wine glasses in recognition of the ten years service to the organisation at its annual meeting recently.
Among the ornate cut glass, naive and colourful Staffordshire pottery figures and other ceramics, brass, copper, pewter, old Welsh oak and bric-a-brac was a rare and unusual 19th century Black Forest table and nine chairs each ornately carved with bears, which alone is expected to fetch in excess of pounds 2,000.
A It is difficult to cut glass by hand and achieve the same quality edge.
The university has one of the largest kilns in Europe and a water-jet cutter, able to cut glass into intricate shapes.
Hallmarked silver cruet frames provide essential clues about the notoriously problematic dating of eighteenth-century cut glass, as Andy McConnell explains in the second part of his revisionary study of the earliest datable examples.
Paltrow adopted the cut glass English accent she perfected for the film for her performance in the open-roofed theatre, where tickets cost up to pounds 300 a head.
Although they typically have a resin-rich surface, they can have 4000 or more cut glass filaments exposed on the ends.
Another holiday party favorite, punch is sure to conjure up days gone by reminiscent of cut glass bowls and ladles filled with frothy, sliced fruit-topped potions, spiked and unspiked.