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The sparkling wine flute is a classification that was coined before the Second World War in the 1920s for the yellowish-green color or Uranium glass. Due to the fact that of just how the shade the glass resembled the shade of the petroleum jelly (Vaseline) that was being manufactured as well as sold at the time, it was created as such. Those flutes were outlined as being transparent or semi-transparent uranium glass in a yellowish-green shade by specialized collector. In the United States nowadays, these sparkling wine grooves made from crystal is used as an equivalent word for Uranium glass.