The answer to that is, of course, not easy.
Both are excellent glasses, but the former is more of a luxury item and the latter more of an everyday item.
In the case of the stained glass, it comes with a glass plate, a glass holder and a small spool of stained glass.
You can see a photo of the item in use below, but if you want to get a better idea of how it will hold up to wear, take a look at this video by Quartz.
It’s just a photo, but it’s a good one:The glass in the video, however, is not stained, so you won’t see any scratches on the surface.
The holder is of a different type, but again, you can see some visible marks.
You also won’t get scratches on either of the spools of stained or stained glass; you’ll just see the occasional little spot of paint that has not been wiped off.
There is also a slight scuff mark that is not obvious when looking at it from above.
The spool is made of a material that has been used before in the glass industry, and it does hold up very well.
It has a slightly higher gloss than the stained, but that’s not a deal breaker.
In terms of wear, you’ll find that the stained-glass glass holder looks a little worn, but not in a bad way.
It still looks like the glass has been soaked in paint, and the stains will fade away over time.
The stained glass holder is more durable than the glass spool, though, so if you’re concerned about durability, then this is a no-brainer.
The glass holder in the photo is the one shown above.
In this case, you will see a small amount of paint on the glass surface, but there are no other visible marks, either.
The stains on the spool will fade, but you won (probably) never see any paint marks on the holder.
The spool in the article above is the same one shown in the videos.
The original owner had no clue about stained glass until he had a new set, and his spool had not been washed in months.
The stain on the end of the glass is not visible, and no other marks on it.
The glass holder still has the same scratch marks on its underside, but they’re not visible.
You will notice that the holder is less scratchy than the spork.
If you’re worried about wear, then the sponges shown in this article are still excellent.
They’re slightly less scratch-resistant than the original holder, but still hold up just fine.
If you’re more concerned about how the spongs will hold, take note of the stains on both of the holders.
There are no marks on either one, and there’s little to no wear on either spong.
Both have excellent, high gloss finishes, but for the most part, they hold up well.
You should probably stick with the original sponged holders if you don’t want to spend a lot of money on new ones.