A glass item that differs slightly from the standard version or original form.
An outer layer of colored glass added to the surface of clear glass.
A stem of varying sizes.
Clear and colored glassware produced in Venice, Italy and the surrounding area from the eleventh century to the present.
Italian term for glass.
Literally, threaded glass. A type of filigree decoration in which clear glass has a pattern in continuous uncrossing lines.
Literally, glass with a small network. A type of filigree decoration in which clear glass has a pattern of embedded threads in a diagonal, criss-crossing arrangement.
Litterally, glass with twists. A type of filigree decoration in which intricately twisted threads are embedded in clear glass in parallel lines.
English-made glass from about the 1820s through the 1940s characterized by bright colors, opalescence, opaqueness, art glass, and unusual designs and shapes.