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Blue Hebron hand blown tumblers & shot glasses

S/N:43246

1960s

  • £100.00 For the set
  • €120 Euro
  • $136 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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A set of vintage hand blown Hebron glasses in a stunning blue, including 5 tumblers and 5 shot glasses.

Gorgeous, tactile, hand blown, Hebron glass made in Damascus in the 60s.

The art of glass blowing was first established in Hebron during the Roman rule of Palestine, with the technique being preserved through generations of a small group of families.

These glasses are fabulously wobbly and being hand made are all slightly different with air bubbles in the blue glass.

Tumblers, max height 13cm, max width 10cm
Shots, max height 7cm, max width 6cm

The glasses can be sold as two sets or as one complete set.
Tumblers £15 each
Shots £5 each

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Dimensions: 

  • H: 13cm (5.12in)
  • W: 10cm (3.94in)

Period: 

1960s

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