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Phoenician Glass Goblet

Authentic Fair Trade Product. Ethically sourced. Handcrafted in West Bank.

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Blown glass goblet is handmade from recycled glass by artisans of Hebron Glass & Ceramic Factory. Recycled bottles are smashed into pieces and melted in high temperature ovens. In Phoenician glass blowing, artisans add substances to the molten glass, with the resulting reaction creating a range of colors. Working with this process takes an especially skilled hand, and is reserved for the true masters of the art. Each piece has its own unique blend of color and pattern.

  • Swirled Phoenician glass
  • Assorted colors and patterns
  • Hand wash
  • Holds 8 ounces
  • 3Dx8H inches
  • Made in West Bank

UPC: 732919443639

SKU: 2706010

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  • The Makers
    Hebron Glass

    Hebron GlassNamed for its location, Hebron Glass is located in the historic West Bank city of Hebron. The group creates exquisite tabletop glassware and ornaments using traditional glass blowing techniques. Read more.

  • Reviews (3).....
    • Beautiful and functional!
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      My mother sent me these goblets as a Christmas gift, and we now want to order another set or two so that we have enough to use with company! They are really exquisite and unique, and all slightly different--which makes them particularly suited for entertaining, because you can tell the glasses apart...

    • Gorgeous piece of work!
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      I bought a set of these goblets to match the Phoenician carafe that was purchased previously. They will look so lovely together. I am amazed at the handiwork of these artisans and am happy to support the ongoing tradition of this glass-blowing technique....

    • Function & Form: A Radiant Piece of Art
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      I thought about this goblet for months before actually purchasing it- every time I saw one in a store, I marveled at it's glasswork and how the light plays on it from within. It's really a functional work of art. So, I went ahead and purchased it. Every time I use it- at least one meal a day- I ...