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Rock-crystal engraving

Glass Dictionary

Rock-crystal engraving

A style of copper-wheel engraving that, combined with polishing, gave glass objects the appearance of rock crystal. The style was introduced by Thomas Webb & Sons of England in the 1870s.

Alternate Spellings: 
rock-crystal engravings
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