“cut crystal glasses” are used for decorative and industrial purposes. Solid minerals whose constituents (molecules, atoms or ions) are arranged neatly in three spatial directions or have a crystallographic order are called cut crystal glasses. Crystal structures have a long range order and can have isotropic or anisotropic properties.
cut crystal glasses Types
Crystal glass is a type of glass mixed with certain materials (in some types of lead oxide or other materials) that gives the glass advantages over the original glass. Crystal glass is also known as clear glass or super clear glass. Usually these types of glass are not manufactured in Iran and are imported. Crystal glass has a higher refractive index and therefore has a brightness and a radiance of light and beauty. Crystal glass also has a low degree of hardness that can be turned on glass. This is why the beautiful and decorative glassware that we know as Crystal Glassware is made of this type of glass. Crystal glass has a low modulus of elasticity (in other words, it is more resistant to impact and pressure) resulting in a buzzing sound. also You can find information on antique cut crystal glasses and waterford crystal glasses on various websites.
Top cut crystal glasses Companies
Crystal Iran Company was established in the last three decades and has played a major role in the production and supply of industrial glass (bottles and jars) and home crystals in Iran and the region for the past three decades. Iran Industries has been registered. Using the most advanced technologies in the world, the company achieved high quality products in the production process using the highest quality standard raw materials and has become a serious competitor to other crystal containers companies in the field of The oldest glass in Iran belongs to the second millennium BC. Examples from the second millennium BC to the present date include perfumes, bangles, statues and bowls and numerous bottlenecks. Excavations in Choghazenbil have found glass bottles, indicating the abundance of glass in ancient Elam.
From the Marlik civilization of glass beads dating back to five years. Milky glass containers have also been excavated in Lorestan. Since the Achaemenid era, there are few glass works. At that time, Iran’s glass beads were famous throughout the ancient world, apparently in black and white.
Sassanid artists have specialized in shaving glass. Sassanid glass was highly valued in China, and especially azure glass. Base cups with prominent rings from the Parthian and Sassanid periods have survived.
Glassware of the Islamic era is influenced by pre-Islamic designs. During the Seljuk period and until the Mongol invasion, stunning glassware and utensils came out of Gorgan’s glass furnaces that were carved and carved into thin paper, sometimes enamel, and sometimes. The Seljuk era is the peak of the glass industry in Iran. Glassware products of this era mostly include small and large containers, very delicate perfumes, cups and pots of various shapes and sizes, and small animal-shaped decorations and more. During the Mongol era, the glass boom disappeared and instead flourished in this time of pottery and tiling.