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art glass

n.
Decorative objects made of usually handblown glass.
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The wall decor manufacturer, based in Houston, has entered the portable lamp business with a line of richly colored art glass lamps.
NEW YORK-Frank Fenton, a former president and chairman of the board of the Fenton Art Glass Co., and later its official historian, died Aug.
FENTON ART GLASS is celebrating its 100th anniversary from now until August.
Other highlights include lamps in hand-painted art glass, hand-carved Cameo glass, metal filigree over art glass, fabric shades and Tiffany styles.
When the owners of Fenton Art Glass decided to take their charity efforts beyond local causes, the ALS Association was the natural choice for personal reasons.
Block China & Crystal introduced art glass hats and baskets at last October's tabletop market here after finding success with art glass handbags.
NEW YORK-Waterford is coming to the fall tabletop market here next week with a bold splash of color, introducing art glass under the Waterford brand and repositioning Marquis with updated offerings, a new logo, redesigned packaging and a whole new look.
According to James Measell, associate historian at Fenton Art Glass Co., this is what the late Bill Fenton would say about his company's ware.
WEST BERLIN, N.J.-Swedish art glass company Orrefors has again created the trophy for the perennial American awards show, the People's Choice Awards, which recognizes the efforts of those who work in television and motion pictures.
Desna is a brand of art glass made in the Bohemia region of the Czech Republic.
Inverness-based artist Catherine Carr said: "My fellow participants are all artists at the height of their creative powers and are hugely influential in the art glass world, boldly resisting any limitations on glass as an art form."