Herati Tumbler l Kabul, Afghanistan
These handblown tumblers are made from traditional techniques dating back thousands of years. Each glass is handcrafted in the city of Herat in Afghanistan and painted by women in the Herat Province of Afghanistan. The glasses are recycled from scrap glass and then melted down and handblown into something new. Each sale of Herati tumbler represents an act of solidarity with afghan male and female artisans and an appreciation for endangered craftmanship.
- Care: handwash and in warm water and drying. Please do not put it in microwave, oven or on top of a stove. If you use harsh scrubbing, it might damage the surface.
We recommend hand washing in warm water and drying. Please do not place in the microwave, directly on top of a burner, or in the oven. Using harsh scrubbing cream or pads to clean can scratch the surface.
- Made by hand from recycled glass. Variations in shape, size and color are to be embraced
- Mouthblown using ancient techniques
- Size: 7x10 cm
- Made in Afghanistan
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We offer full return (excluding shipping) within 14 days of delivery. The returned object must not have been used. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to organise the return.