Bristol glass

бристольское стекло

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  • bristol glass — noun Usage: usually capitalized B : a semiopaque glass of various color tones, notably deep blue, used for decorative glassware and commonly painted with floral designs …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bristol blue glass — has been made in Bristol, England since the 17th century. History During the late 1700s Richard Champion, a Bristol merchant and potter, making porcelain, was working with a chemist, William Cookworthy. [cite web… …   Wikipedia

  • glass — glassless, adj. glasslike, adj. /glas, glahs/, n. 1. a hard, brittle, noncrystalline, more or less transparent substance produced by fusion, usually consisting of mutually dissolved silica and silicates that also contain soda and lime, as in the… …   Universalium

  • Glass — /glas, glahs/, n. 1. Carter, 1858 1946, U.S. statesman. 2. Philip, born 1937, U.S. composer. * * * I Solid material, typically a mix of inorganic compounds, usually transparent or translucent, hard, brittle, and impervious to the natural elements …   Universalium

  • Bristol (disambiguation) — Bristol is a city and county in England, but may also refer to:Terms where Bristol refers to the English cityPlaces*The Bristol Channel, a body of water between England and Wales *Port of Bristol, the commercial and formerly commercial docks in… …   Wikipedia

  • Bristol Premier Combination — Countries  England Founded 1957 …   Wikipedia

  • Bristol, Connecticut —   City   Flag …   Wikipedia

  • Bristol Grammar School — Motto Latin: Ex spinis uvas ( Grapes from thorns ) Established 1532 Type Independent …   Wikipedia

  • BRISTOL — BRISTOL, seaport in southwest England. Its medieval Jewish community is sometimes said to have been one of the more important in England, although it ranked only thirteenth among the twenty one communities in the 1194 Donum. In about 1183 it was… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Bristol — City in western England, M.E. Bridgestow, from O.E. Brycgstow, lit. assembly place by a bridge (see STOW (Cf. stow)). A local peculiarity of pronunciation adds l to words ending in vowels. Of a type of pottery, 1776; of a type of glass, 1880. In… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery — Coordinates: 51°27′22″N 2°36′19″W / 51.4561°N 2.6053°W / 51.4561; 2.6053 …   Wikipedia

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