Is glass with detail cut into it on a machine using a copper wheel cut glass body.
Glass blanks, hand-cut on large iron or stone grinding-wheels and then polished
glass decorated by cutting or grinding facets
glassware that is decorated with facets, grooves, and depressions made by cutting with rotating wheels of iron or stone; once the pattern is cut, it needs to be polished.
Glass shaped or decorated by cutting instruments or abrasive wheels.
lacks the sparkle of lead crystal
Glass carved with revolving wheels and abrasive to create sharp-edged facets that reflect and refract light so as to sparkle and achieve a prismatic effect. Revived in Bohemia in the 17th century and common until superseded by pressed glass for utilitarian objects.
Grinding stones that are worked wet to cut designs onto glass.