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Phoenician Malta iridescent cobalt blue vintage glass vase. £25.00, via Etsy.

Phoenician Malta iridescent cobalt blue vintage glass vase. £25.00, via Etsy.

Handcrafted vase in the typical blue green ochre Mdina colours with dark swirls Made by Mdina Glass on the island of Malta Circa 1970 Measures 12 3cm

Handcrafted vase in the typical blue green ochre Mdina colours with dark swirls Made by Mdina Glass on the island of Malta Circa 1970 Measures 12 3cm

Mdina: large blue & ochre glass paperweight

Mdina: large blue & ochre glass paperweight

Handcrafted glass vase in the typical blue ochre Mdina colours Made by Mdina Glass on the island of Malta Signed Mdina on the base Measures 22 5cm

Handcrafted glass vase in the typical blue ochre Mdina colours Made by Mdina Glass on the island of Malta Signed Mdina on the base Measures 22 5cm

Handcrafted glass vase in the typical blue ochre Mdina colours Made by Mdina Glass on the island of Malta Signed on the base Mdina 1986 Signed Mdina

Handcrafted glass vase in the typical blue ochre Mdina colours Made by Mdina Glass on the island of Malta Signed on the base Mdina 1986 Signed Mdina

A stunning Vintage Mdina Glass Vase In the  Blue Crystal  pattern. 16.5cm tall.

A stunning Vintage Mdina Glass Vase In the Blue Crystal pattern. 16.5cm tall.

Mdina Glass #11  The Mdina Glass factory was founded in Malta in 1969 by Michael Harris (1933 – 94), an ex- RCA tutor, who was inspired by the scenery on the island, and the colours used in the glass reflect the sun, sea and sand of the landscape. Due to the political situation he left in 1972 and set up the Isle of Wight Glass factory. Since 1981 the Mdina factory has been run by Joseph Said, one of the original apprentices, and is still producing high quality glass. The pieces from the…

Mdina Glass #11 The Mdina Glass factory was founded in Malta in 1969 by Michael Harris (1933 – 94), an ex- RCA tutor, who was inspired by the scenery on the island, and the colours used in the glass reflect the sun, sea and sand of the landscape. Due to the political situation he left in 1972 and set up the Isle of Wight Glass factory. Since 1981 the Mdina factory has been run by Joseph Said, one of the original apprentices, and is still producing high quality glass. The pieces from the…

Mtarfa iridescent blue glass vase

Mtarfa iridescent blue glass vase

Mdina striped glass vase

Mdina striped glass vase

Mdina blue glass bowl by Michael Harris

Mdina blue glass bowl by Michael Harris

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