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opalescent color numbers as shown in the following example: 11D Incorporated in 1888, the Kokomo Opalescent Glass Co.
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E-Type S1 4.2 FHC 1966 - Opalescent Silver/Burgundy Hide
The energy-efficient lightbulbs that keep us in the dark
You could tell that they were switched on, but it was as if someone had given the lights several coats of opalescent lacquer.
Trinity glass is just glass
Joe Rosson: Carnival glass made in wide range of hues
"Ripple" was also made in opalescent glass, which is a type of glass that has a milky white haze running through the body — most noticeably around the top and the through the decorated areas.
State closes storm-scarred wilderness areas
Giglinto said the suspension bridge over the Opalescent River near Lake Colden and a high-water bridge over Phelps Brook, just above Marcy Dam, were damaged by the storm. Trails and bridges in the John's Brook valley were also affected.

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Opalescence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Opalescence is a type of dichroism seen in highly dispersed systems with little opacity.
opalescent - definition of opalescent by the Free Online Dictionary
Encyclopedia, Wikipedia, 0.01 sec. o·pal·es·cent ( p -l s nt).
Opalescent - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Examples of OPALESCENT.
Opalescent | Define Opalescent at
exhibiting a play of colors like that of the opal. 2. having a milky iridescence.
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Art glass and sheet glass from Kokomo Opalescent Glass. Hand blown glass and hand mixed sheet glass for art or architecture, available from our online store.

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