sugar glass

/ˈʃʊgə glas/ (say 'shooguh glahs)

noun
a glass substitute made from boiled sugar, used in theatrical contexts for safety reasons, as for glass panes, vases, etc., which need to be broken as part of the action.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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