Cartier has said that it plans to revive its glass frog collection, but it will not be doing so anytime soon.
Glass frogs, also known as “vintage glass,” are the most popular of Cartier’s glasses.
The frog was introduced in the 1950s and has been around for decades.
However, the glass frog has had a disappointing run in the glass market, and its production has fallen from 10 million to less than 1 million per year.
In its last few years, it’s been hard to find glass frogs.
“I don’t think it will be here for very long,” said the head of Cartiers boutique glass frog brand.
A recent survey of 1,000 glass frog buyers found that a majority of them were interested in finding a glass frog that was “viable, safe, stylish and inexpensive.”
In the same survey, only about half of the buyers were willing to pay more than $400 for a glass amphibious frog, according to Glass Frogs.
To revive the glass frogs, Cartiers has already been working on a “glass frog” version of its own line of glasses.
The new frog, called “Frog Plus,” will be available for $350.
Another project that has been delayed by the frog’s revival is a new line of sunglasses called Frogs in Glass.
Cartiers has said it will bring back the glass amphibian as part of its next wave of glasses, including a new collection called the Frogs series, which includes Frogs glasses, Frogs lids and Frogs eye shadow.
Frogs in glass glasses are made of “natural, lightweight, non-metallic glass and include a flexible shell to create an ergonomic shape for a comfortable, comfortable fit,” according to Cartiers.
For the Frog Plus line, the new glass frogs are being produced by Cartiers’ subsidiary, Flemish Glass, and will be released in two sizes: a large and a small frog.
With this new line, Cartier is looking to expand its amphibious line.
After the Frog Frogs and Frog Plus glasses, it plans on releasing a new amphibious eyewear called Frog Plus-S.
Other Cartiers glasses including Frogs-B and Frog-M have been in development for years, but they’ve been discontinued in favor of a more conventional eyewash called Frog Eye.
Some people are concerned that the frogs are making glasses that aren’t actually amphibious, but that could be a misperception.
Carton, a Glass Frog brand, says it will continue to produce glass frogs that are made from natural materials.
“We believe that we have made great progress in terms of the construction and production of our frogs,” Carton said.
“They will not have a physical shell and are made in a way that they are comfortable to wear and easy to use.”
A new generation of glass frogs was released in 2015, which are made by the same company, and are called Frog Frog Plus and Frog Frog M. According to Glass frog expert John Gifford, they are “just a bit lighter, thinner, and not as robust as the older Frogs frogs.
They are also much more affordable than the older ones.”
Gifford noted that the frogs can last up to five years, and that they will be made of a “plastic-free, glass-like material that will not fade over time.”
The new glass frog line is set to be released sometime in 2019, though it’s unclear if that will be in conjunction with a new generation or a new frog.