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Coralene
Coralene is a technique of decoration in which areas are painted with a special clear or colored enamel to which tiny to small glass beads are applied. The piece is then low-fired, fusing the beads, enamel and glass. Sometimes the bead are then enameled or gilt. Many companies made use of the same basic concept, producing quite diverse styles of decoration.

This Mt. Washington Peach Blow vase is in the Corning Museum of Glass.
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