is opaline just the colored version of opal glass? i assume all forms of opal/opaline/opalino/opalescent to be at least semi-transluscent; would that be correct?
your definition of opalino confuses me a bit, though. what distinguishes opalino from other color/white cased glass? i've seen lots of lattimo glass thinly cased with colored glass that i would never have thought to call opalino.
is alabastro always marbled in appearance? honestly, i don't think i've ever seen an alabastro piece if so (not to say i haven't seen scads of pieces labeled as such
) and the "white inner casing" ? most of the pieces i've seen called alabastro look similar to paste glass (pate de verre) only more transluscent? i thought that semi-transluscent pastel colored glass that has an almost grainy look to it was alabastro. if that's not alabastro, what is it?
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