molded glass that has been shaped or given its pattern, while molten, by the action of a plunger thrust into the mold.
Origin of pressed glass
First recorded in 1865–70
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From time to time he bought different kinds of preserves sold in pressed-glass goblets and jugs of various sizes.Geoffrey Hampstead
Thomas Stinson Jarvis