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Bottle Cutting for DIY craft projects. There are countless ways to cut or to break a glass bottle or jar. This method is fool proof. Its quick and easy and leaves you with the cleanest cut. In 4 easy steps let us show you how...:

Bottle Cutting for DIY craft projects. There are countless ways to cut or to break a glass bottle or jar. This method is fool proof. Its quick and easy and leaves you with the cleanest cut. In 4 easy steps let us show you how.

How To Cut Glass Bottles - Step by Step Tutorial for Bottle Cutting at Home for DIY Projects and Home Decor Crafts

How To Cut Glass Bottles - Step by Step Tutorial for Bottle Cutting at Home for DIY Projects and Home Decor Crafts Mais

The Flatiron Building, NYC

The Flatiron Building, originally the Fuller Building, is a triangular steel-framed landmarked building located at 175 Fifth Avenue in the borough of Manhattan, New York City, and is considered to be a groundbreaking skyscraper.

Classic Style Edison Bulb table lamp in Weathered - Antiqued finished wood base - Steam punk style light - New york loft industrial style by UrbanIndustrialCraft on Etsy

Fathers day Industrial style table lamp with a rustic vintage Edison bulb. Table lamp light sits on a gorgeous Spanish oak finished wood

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Classic Edison Deluxe Brass Dimmable Industrial Lamp With Oak Base

Dimming Industrial Steampunk table pipe lamp with Classic Edison bulb and Weathered wood base *** Find out more about the great product at the image link.

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part of the superstructure of the underconstruction manhattan bridge rises above washington street in new york, june AP Photo, eugene de salignac, courtesy nyc municipal archives

Flatiron Building by Peter Lik. Photography

New York City's famous office building, Flat Iron, was designed by a Chicagoan Daniel Burnham. When it was completed in it was considered to be one of the tallest in the city.