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vitric +‎ -s


vitrics (uncountable)

  1. The art or study of the manufacture and decoration of glassware.
    • 1917 December 1, “The Artist Lacking in our Glassworks”, in Art World, volume 3, page 235:
      In vitrics and ceramics, so far as the artistic quality of our products is concerned, we are way behind France, Saxony, and Bohemia. Chemically and technically we have caught up with them.
  2. Articles of glassware collectively.