Ngwenya Recycled Glass Tumblers
Glassware for good.
In 1970, artisans from Swaziland learned Swedish mouth-blown glass-making techniques and the results can be seen here today. The Ngwenya factory employs over 70 people, who produce designs from 100% recycled glass. These gorgeous tumblers are part of that tradition, giving your table both that natural, handmade look as well as a smaller ecological footprint. Win win!
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
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Swaziland, South Africa
Tumbler: 4.25"H and 3.5" in diameter. Set of 2 or Set of 6.
Stemmed Tumbler: 5.25"H and 3.25" in diameter. Set of 2 or Set of 6.
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