Sea-Foam irridescent Art Glass vase with label for Heaney glass
irridescent. Most commonly used to describe the finish in glass and ceramics, an iridescent finish is one that subtly changes colour when moved and the light strikes it at a different angle. In glass, objects by Louis Comfort Tiffany in the United States, and Loetz in Bohemia often have irridescencent finish. Examples of ceramics with an irridescent finish are the Wedgwood Fairyland lustre range, the Doulton Flambe range, and the output of the Hungarian manufacturer Zsolnay.
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