These glass bowls come in sets of four. They are perfect for serving nibbles, or for your morning granola.
Each bowl has been blown by hand and as a result, has its own satisfyingly individual shape. Expect small variations between each piece.
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Avoid exposing the glass to sudden temperature changes. Not recommended for the dishwasher.
Width: 9-10 cm Height: 5cm
Please expect slight variations in size.
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For two thousand years Herat’s distinctive coloured glass was traded along the length of the Silk Road. Mr Nasarullah and his son Khairullah are one of the last in this ancient line of glassblowers. In a mudbrick workshop near Herat’s ancient citadel, their work is keeping this precious industry alive.
Location : HERAT, AFGHANISTAN Artisan : MR NASARULLAH
Location : HERAT, AFGHANISTAN
Artisan : MR NASARULLAH
Mr Nasarullah makes glass in much the same way as it has always been made. He grinds quartz, plant ash (otherwise known as 'Ishkar'), and natural oxides together to create the vibrant colours which once made Herat’s glass so famous. He blows each individual glass by hand, and fires them in a traditional mud brick kiln.
Location : HERAT, AFGHANISTAN Artisan : KHAIRULLAH
Location : HERAT, AFGHANISTAN
Artisan : KHAIRULLAH
With the local market for handblown glass drying up due to the arrival of cheap Chinese glass in Afghanistan, Mr Nasarullah is struggling to find new apprentices. Each sale of Herati glass will help build the stability he needs for his business to grow.