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Cased glass is a type of glass.[1][2] It is similar to flashed glass however, cased glass is made with thicker glass layers.[3][4]

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  • ✪ ANTIQUE 20thC ART NOUVEAU EMILE GALLE' MAPLE LEAVES CAMEO GLASS VASE c.1900
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  1. ^ "Flashed? Cased? Stained? Glass decor". www.patternglass.com. Retrieved 2017-07-04.
  2. ^ Magazines, Hearst (1936). Popular Mechanics. Hearst Magazines.
  3. ^ Drachenfels, Suzanne Von (2000-11-08). The Art of the Table: A Complete Guide to Table Setting, Table Manners, and Tableware. Simon and Schuster. p. 285. ISBN 9780684847320. Cased glass is flashed glass.
  4. ^ Shotwell, David J. (2002). Glass A to Z. Krause Publications. ISBN 9780873493857. Cased glass is flashed glass.
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