Now he tapped gently on the cut glass with an iron chisel, whose head was covered by a piece of felt cloth to deaden the sound.
Yes—it was down, fortunately, or I might have got in quite a nasty mess with cut glass.
The rare porcelain and cut glass shone and glittered in rainbow tints.
Then one of the fellers said: 'If it's a diamond, it ought to cut glass.'
Any hard steel tool will cut glass with great facility when kept freely wet with camphor dissolved in turpentine.
He showed Trent the piece of cut glass which had hung in his room for so long.
On the table have cut glass or fine china dishes filled with candies, chocolates, salted nuts and candied fruits.
In the center of the table have a cut glass bowl of the lilies.
He drank the whisky in his glass and refilled it from the cut glass decanter.
The fine napery, the cut glass and silver, the stately butler!