He carried the open letter up-stairs, and found Natalie in the drawing-room, dusting some pieces of Venetian glass.
Another way is to take two unciae of ore, a semi-uncia of litharge, two drachmae of Venetian glass and a semi-uncia of saltpetre.
To Magdalen Fay's present joy seemed like a bit of Venetian glass on the extreme edge of a cabinet at a child's elbow.
The splendid chandelier of Venetian glass is the sole reminder of a previous reign.
The finest glass is made in Tuscany and Venetia; Venetian glass is often coloured and of artistic form.
There is suspended a very rich central candelabrum of Venetian glass in many colors.
Venetian glass is a soda-lime glass; Bohemian glass is a potash-lime glass.
The supper was served on a small round table, with a costly service of china and Venetian glass.
Over the entrance is to be the city seal, in antique and Venetian glass.
As further evidence of the effect of patronage on art, a case in point is found in the manufacture of Venetian glass.