art glass


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art glass

n.
Decorative objects made of usually handblown glass.
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From simple tableware and drinking glasses, they started to produce decorative art glass pieces.
Small but robust, the art glass category is garnering attention from an increasing number of designers who focus on handcrafted pieces, and from consumers who better appreciate and understand the business.
Sarasota--Glass Now, a Contemporary Art Glass Weekend
I have always been fascinated by the artistry and craft of fine art glass artists, so I was thrilled to talk with Greg Mattson and his partner, Frank Dobronte, of Mattson's Fine Art.
The Nakawa collection employs the Pate de Verre (glass paste) process for art glass and crystal sculptors.
The Art Glass of Louis Comfort Tiffany features lovely color photos by David Schlegel in an oversized collection representing a definitive survey of Tiffany's art glass.
ART glass vases, like the two shown here, are very often described as Murano, as if Venice was the only place in the world making this sort of glass.
this summer might feel as though something is missing, due in large part to a major restoration project that has resulted in the removal of the college's extensive stained and art glass collection--the most noticeable piece being the 7-by-10-foot "Praise Angel" window, which was carefully removed and is part of an ongoing mystery.
The new Fire and Ice location, on Concourse D terminal, is offering collections of hand-crafted jewellery and gems, art glass, fossil specimens, woods, and crystal formations.
Items for the two auctions will include antiques, furniture (home and office), religious art, pictures and picture frames, books, mirrors, religious art items, filing cabinets, kitchen utensils and equipment, dishes, glassware, lawn equipment, tools, art glass church windows and many other items.
More than 50 exquisite works of art glass will go on display at the Springfield Museum in early September, and all of them come from the private collection of Eugene resident Kathleen Gaffney.
Curving art glass wraps the light in three overlapping leaves composed of sweeping curves fastened together with stainless steel fittings.