In ancient Egypt colored glass was a special material used for the production of various objects. To this day, the methods used by craftsmen in glass recycling haven’t undergone any drastic changes. To be able to handcraft recycled glass products, old glass scraps of any kind must first be collected, melted in stone furnaces and finally recycled into new glass products.
This process allows to create raw glass in a wide variety of colours, which can then be shaped as desired.
The entire production process is manual, i.e. the goods are hand-blown and each piece is unique.
The goods can have various irregularities such as small bubbles.