millefiori


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millefiori

(ˌmɪlɪˈfjɔːrɪ)
n
a. decorative glassware in which coloured glass rods are fused and cut to create flower patterns: an ancient technique revived in Venice in the sixteenth century and in France and England in the nineteenth century
b. (as modifier): a millefiori paperweight.
[C19: from Italian: thousand flowers]

millefiori

A glassmaking technique in which flowerlike sections appear from sticks of colored glass that have been cut on the transverse. Sometimes used for beads in jewelry; also embedded in shapes of clear glass to form paperweights.
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