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bell jar

A glass vessel with an opening at only one end.
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Alternatively, try putting sprigs of green inside a small jar or bell jar - this is a particularly good option if you have curious children and pets.
Peacock jewelled wall clock, PS59, Isme Luca table, PS399, Elizabeth chairs, PS159 each, both Furniture Village; bell jar, PS12, M&S; wine glasses, PS2.
This exhibition presents work by 28 artists who push the envelope while using traditional elements that once had fixed meaning--baskets, bell jars, books, bottles, candles, containers, eyeglasses, flowers, food, goblets, shells, skulls and tables.
The sphere then pumps oxygen through connecting tubes to "bring to life" a series of automata in bell jars.
Common sights now include glass-front or gracefully aged Victorian display cases and delicate bell jars.
designer Cole of the clear bell jars he used as light fixtures for the formal dining room.
The room was decked out with sugar sculptures, food displays, peacock feathers, bird cages and bell jars to pay tribute to the still-life paintings of the 18th Century.