Mdina Glass - Malta
The Mdina Glass workshop in Ta' Qali is just a five minute drive from the popular medieval town of Mdina. Here you can admire skilled glassmakers at work creating unique and hand crafted pieces before proceeding to their flagship store with a wide range of beautiful glassware.
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Mdina Glass are pioneer glass makers in Malta with over 40 years of continuous innovation and a beautiful range of products. The dreamlike and handcrafted designs have infinite possibilities and cover anything from candleholders, clocks and picture frames to decorative plates, bowls, tiles and hanging lights.
The making of this glassware, which you can admire at their flagship store in Ta' Qali, is a Maltese craft in constant development and Mdina Glass are masters of the trade. Their other shops are conveniently located in the popular tourist areas of Mdina, Valletta (both in the city and the cruise liner terminal), Sliema and Victoria (Gozo). The colourful range available is sure to tickle your fancy and there really is something for everyone - from an inexpensive unique souvenir, to functional lifestyle glassware such as tumblers, bowls and jars, to larger centerpieces that take a place of pride in any home. Custom-made Mdina Glass products are also always very popular as corporate gifts and the team is happy to organise worldwide shipping.
A recommended attraction during your stay in Malta is the Mdina Glass workshop in Ta' Qali. Here it is possible to watch the skilled glassmakers at work. The changing colours and forms, whilst the craftsmen work the incandescent glass, is a little spectacle in itself and sure to inspire you whilst visiting the adjacent showroom. There are various techniques you may encounter during your visit including traditional glassblowing, fusion of hand-cut pieces, lampwork using a gas fueled torch or intricate engraving.
Click on the map above to find the Ta' Qali workshop location just a five minute drive from Rabat and Mdina. Both public transport and tourist sightseeing buses can get you there.
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