When the Great Wave of the ’90s hit: A look back at the most notable glass and technology trends


Murano glass is one of the oldest forms of glass ever made, but its popularity was never quite on par with that of other forms of technology.

Today, we’re looking back at some of the notable innovations and breakthroughs in glass and glass technology during the ’80s, ’90-2000s, and beyond.

Murano is the name of the Japanese glass maker that first patented its glass in 1879.

In fact, it’s probably not the most common name for the glassmaker in the U.S., but Murano was among the earliest to introduce the technology in glassware.

The Murano brand has been around for more than 100 years, and the company’s founder, Yoshimichi Murano, invented its first glass in 1897.

As you might expect, Murano made some of its most famous glass products, including the original Murano bowl, which became a staple of the restaurant and restaurant service industries.

The first Murano cup, a traditional Japanese tea cup with an oblong, curved shape, was patented in 1904.

In 1906, Murado was able to patent a device that could break up and separate pieces of glass, which he called the Murano plate.

Muranos first glass products were made of stainless steel, which was also the preferred material for ceramic, ceramic bowls, and glassware from the 1890s to the 1940s.

But by the 1950s, the industry was shifting toward nickel-plated stainless steel.

Murana glass was also designed to be more durable and withstand higher temperatures than other types of glass.

Murao also introduced a glass that would break down into smaller shards with a sharp edge when you hit it with a blunt object.

In the 1960s, Murao introduced its glass that was used to make the Murana bowl, a bowl made of a thin sheet of Murano silver.

By the 1980s, though, the company was making more expensive glass products for the mass market, such as the Muranos bowl that’s now used in most restaurants and restaurants catering to diners in the United States.

Muraion products were designed to take the place of older glassware that had long since given way to ceramic, glassware made from aluminum, and ceramics made from nickel.

By 1997, Muraions company had grown to about 20,000 employees worldwide, making it one of Japan’s largest corporations.

The company’s glassware was used in restaurants throughout the world, including in the famous sushi restaurant of the same name in Tokyo, Japan.

While many of Muranos glassware had been in use for centuries, it wasn’t until the 1990s that glassware became more affordable.

As Murano began making its own glass in the late 1990s, a wave of new glassware came onto the market.

At the time, Muranos product line consisted of about 30 different types of glasses, including bowls, teas, and glasses for cooking.

Glassware was generally made by cutting a thin, curved piece of glass with a blade and a piece of metal that made the edge of the blade.

The glass would break up into tiny shards when hit with a hard object, and a portion of the broken glass would be poured into a bowl or a cup.

For more than a century, glass was made from a variety of materials, including stainless steel and nickel-bronze.

But the price of those materials was increasing rapidly, and Murano found itself competing with the more expensive silver-plating alternatives.

Muramans product was a major factor in the companys downfall.

By 2003, the price for Muramanos glass was up to $2,200, compared to $600 for silver-plate silverware.

As the industry continued to shift toward higher-quality glassware, Muramano’s glass products had to compete with those alternatives.

By 2007, Murana Glass had lost market share to competitors including Zirconium, which had become more expensive.

In 2011, the Muramania brand was acquired by another company, and it was renamed “Murano Glass.”

The brand remained unchanged until the brand’s first new glass product, the $60 Muramana Bowl, hit the market in 2013.

That year, Muramo Glass introduced its Murano Bowl Bowl, a glass bowl made with a stainless steel blade.

This bowl was a high-end offering, and its $60 price tag was a significant boost for Murano Glass.

The Bowl was one of Muramamo’s biggest sellers, and in 2016, Muranano Glass announced a $250,000 funding round to develop new products for Muramo.

The initial product, called the Murao, was an all-glass bowl with a silver rim.

This design was a departure from Murano’s other bowl designs.

The Muraos design was designed to create a more refined and elegant bowl.

Muranomas initial Glass Bowl, which costs $1,500, is