About: Chip work

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Chip work is glassware which has been engraved, or "chipped", using a nail or similar improvised tool, in a similar manner to scrimshaw. Chip work is a working-class, rustic artform and is usually made using cheap, disposable glass such as wine bottles.

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  • Chip work is glassware which has been engraved, or "chipped", using a nail or similar improvised tool, in a similar manner to scrimshaw. Chip work is a working-class, rustic artform and is usually made using cheap, disposable glass such as wine bottles. (en)
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  • Chip work is glassware which has been engraved, or "chipped", using a nail or similar improvised tool, in a similar manner to scrimshaw. Chip work is a working-class, rustic artform and is usually made using cheap, disposable glass such as wine bottles. (en)
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  • Chip work (en)
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