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sol·u·ble glass

a silicate of potassium or sodium, soluble in hot water but solid at ordinary temperatures; used for fixed dressings.
Synonym(s): water glass
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water glass

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When there weren't any magnolias for a centerpiece, my mother let me fluff colored napkins into the water glasses at each place setting, and sometimes I'd slip in a spray-painted pine cone or two.
Designed by Marcello Morandini, the line comes in two different designs -- Light and Shadow, and Geometric -- in champagne, white wine, red wine and water glasses.
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