He felt a wild, reckless179 impulse to throw the cut-glass rose-vase on the floor—and pay for it.
And at the sight of the great chandelier, with its cut-glass crystals, he whistled.
He carried a tray, and went up to a small round table, gleaming with cut-glass and silver, on which supper had been laid.
But by the time all this had happened the cut-glass age was over, anyway.
Surely you won't mention the time I kicked the dog and smashed up the cut-glass?
Off in one of the corners, have a cut-glass bowl filled with punch and around it a ring of smilax.
Mother and children looked with a shiver of dread towards the cut-glass bowl.
There was no need of decoration beyond its cut-glass and rare china, for each dish was a selected masterpiece.
The finest specimens of cut-glass belong to the period between 1780 and 1810.
The table is made as elegant as beautiful china, cut-glass and an abundance of flowers can make it.