I adore this place. Prices are reasonable but not cheap. If myself and mum where better off we could have easily bought half the stores stock. It's al extremely pretty. I got a glass from here that is absolutely stunning, it was a leaf decal with lots of different colours. Mum fell in love with one of the clocks (she...
Second time we visited a glass blowing factory and it's always awesome what these specialists are able to produce. It's been quite interesting for the kids to see this art.
Lots of stuff you can buy and most things are a bargain compared to what you pay in the shop somewhere outside.
It tends to get a bit crowded when...
We stopped here first for our "shopping time" with a group. Initially, I thought it was only the typical tourist glass blown pieces: vases, bulbs, etc. But not only can you watch the artisans, but they have serving pieces with glass, ornaments, lamps, and wall hangings and clocks! Our group loved the back room with the glass fused reproduction of...
Mdina Glass is the original factory that first opened shop in Malta. It produces the best quality type of glass works, ornaments, and all sorts of glass objects, including trophies,in brilliant attractive colours. It gives visitors the opportunity to watch the craftman working and producing beautiful glass objects.
My friend showed me this place... it was full of masterpieces! I found nice decoration for Christmas Eve tree... its october, but you must be prepared! What about prices: i have no idea was it expensive or not. I paid 10 eu :) quite ok.
It is an experience seeing how various items sold in the shop are being produced by glass blowers out of tiny pieces of glass which turns to work of art. You can pay a visit while you are visiting the Mosta Rotunda which is only 10 minutes away.