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A method of decoration using cut-up paper sheets of printed designs, which are then applied to a surface, such as glass. The technique was popular during the Victorian period for decorating glass bottles, rolling pins, and other novelties, where the illustrations were stuck to the interior of the glass.

Subjects: Art.


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