Flashed glass


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See Flashing, n., 3.

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They sold for pounds 500; A pair of 19th-century amber flashed glass goblets, finely engraved with stags in a forest.
A pair of candle lustres with pink flashed glass and clear glass drops sold for pounds 520 while a Victorian opaque white and pink epergne with a central vase and hanging baskets sold for pounds 200.
Colored glass was either the older pot glass--which is one deep color throughout--or the newer flashed glass, which had a thin "flash" of deep-colored glass overlaying clear glass.