Is a "seed" or bubble in crystal stemware a flaw?

Last Updated 2 years ago

No. The tiny "seeds", or bubbles the size of a pinpoint, visible when you examine crystal against a strong light, are formed by gases when chemicals unite in the fusing or melting of the raw ingredients. These bubbles do not affect the quality or the beauty of the glass.

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