Ngwenya Recycled Glass Flutes
Beauties for your bubbly.
Back in 1979, Swedish Aid set up a factory in Swaziland—a glass-blowing factory, specifically, because at that time, Scandinavia was the place to learn these techniques. They shared these techniques with Swazi artisans, and that factory is still active today, employing over 70 people. They create pieces from glass animals to barware, including these glass flutes, mouthblown from 100% recycled glass.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
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