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18th century reference to "Diamond tens glass"

Anyone with an interest in antique glass know what "diamond tens glass" would have referred to in the 18th century?
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Jim Chevallier
It probably refers to the pinched diamond pattern created by threading and then pinching the threads to form diamond shapes. This link
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shows a drawing. An alternative, less likely, is mold blown in a diamond pattern mold, like the purple one about half way down this page.
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