- Aqualux : tradename for a textured range of slumped glassware
dating to 1939 only.
- Bent glass : the industry term applied to any
sheet or glass formed through
- Carafe : a vessel commonly used to contain
wine. Normally an open vessel without
- Comport/Compote : term used to define a cake
plate with plinth.
- Crestware : tourist-ware specifically pertaining
to the city, town or place where
it derives. Normally contains an
identifying crest and sometimes a pictorial
- Fazzoletto : Italian term for 'handkerchief'
and used to describe vases of this
- Flashed : clear glass with a thin film of coloured
glass applied. Used by Chance for railway
signal lenses and the Intaglio range
- Flute : the wavy edge found on some circular
and elliptical shaped plates and bowls.
- Frigger : orig. a term applied to a master
glassblowers 'end-of-day' piece, but
having no functional purpose;
an ornament. Often used nowadays
to define any end-of-day item.
- Intaglio : the process of cutting through
a thin 'flashed' colour to reveal the
clear glass underneath.
- Mottoware : items produced for club, institution
or commercial purposes. Normally contains
logo, motto, or legend, etc.
- Obscure glass : textured glass made under the
'Antique' tradename. Used for
privacy, such as bathrooms or as room
- Slumped : where the heated, semi-fluid glass
'slumps' into a mould
to form the desired shape.
Intaglio: ruby-flashed glass, engraved through to clear