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“In 2009, Spanish designer Jaime Hayon, known for his playfulness, created a limited-edition series of colorful, cut-crystal candy dishes.”
“I finally figured out that these moving flashes were coming from the sunlight reflecting off a large heart-shaped cut-crystal pendant that Joan was wearing around her neck.”
“The freezing surfaces were softened by hundreds of cut-crystal vases filled with deep-claret-colored roses in full, magnificent bloom.”
“There was a sideboard on the wall facing the windows, and Lycaelon was interested to see that where he would have expected to see fiery cut-crystal, he saw instead a pewter jug and a collection of mismatched pewter cups, badly dented but polished to a satiny gleam.”
“Instead of cut-crystal bottles of genteel sherry on the sideboard, there was a bar holding a variety of glasses and hard liquors, but other than that, it was fundamentally identical.”
“As the noise outside increased, she grabbed one of the cut-crystal oil lamps, making sure it was at least half full, I and scampered up the ladder to the second-level walkway.”
“He came back to the desk and leaned against it, crossing his legs at the ankles as he took a sip from the heavy cut-crystal glass.”
“Back at the Hi-Lux suite, Tiphani and Han Fleming poured golden single-malt in cut-crystal glasses and sat sipping in the light of the setting sun.”
“Then he thought about his own mother, dusting her collection of cut-crystal angels in the living room, where the light from the windows could catch them.”
“Today, I have discovered: 1. A meticulous description of a bathroom, complete with cut-crystal bottles of unguents.”
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