Definitions for "Antique glass"
Glass with an uneven surface texture and bubbles inside, produced by using antique methods in order to obtain the appearance of glass made before the development of industrial processes.
Mouth blown glass. Largest source is European glass manufacturers. Characteristics include overall brilliance, uneven thickness, light and fine swirling lines and a variable color density throughout each sheet. Sheet size tends to be small in comparison to machine rolled glass.
Refers to glass made the old way. Glass is blown into long cylinders, the ends are cut off and one long cut is made down the center of the cylinder so that it can be laid out as a sheet of glass on a table. Each sheet of glass made this way is unique. It varies in thickness, pattern, color and other attributes.
Keywords:  aquatint, applique
Applique Aquatint