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Gozo Glass is a glass blowing studio on the Island of Gozo dedicated to the creation of original and unique Handmade Art Glass inspired from the natural beauty of the Maltese islands. Gozo Glass is a family run business established in 1990. Entrance...more
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26/7 Ta' Dbiegi Crafts Village | Ta Dbiegi Craft Village, Gharb, Island of Gozo GRB1143, Malta
Situated in the Gozo craft village this shop displays the beautiful ranges of glassware produced, I believe in site. Not the cheapest of products but delightful to admire the craftsmanship that goes into the products.
There are so many interesting and beautiful pieces it was hard to pick just one. The selection isn’t huge but this doesn’t matter since you don’t have to sift through run of the mill items. You can watch artisans create pieces in the studio to...More
We first came here 5 years ago and today added to our previous purchase. The items for sale in the shop are truly beautiful, so much so that it’s hard to choose. Our sons chose cheaper items from the “rejects” which were still lovely keepsakes...More
There is nice products in the shop but the shop lady is awful and doesn't want you to buy anything it seems! Such a shame.
I could ear a "bye" at the end but maybe it was my imagination.
I have enjoyed visits to Valletta Glass, Medina Glass and Phoenician Glassblowers, so maybe I have been spoilt in those places.
You are not allowed to take pictures, and I find it really nice to have mementos both in the form of glass and pictures....More
We have visited this glass making centre on many occasions.
The quality of their products is excellent, especially the glass products threaded with silver.
We have quite a collection and have given many items as gifts.
My husband and I visited the Gozo Glass workshop having already decided we wanted to bring back a Maltese glass ornament from our holiday. I loved watching the glassblowers at work, and the stock in the adjoining shop was gorgeous. We really enjoyed selecting a...More
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A B, Manager at Gozo Glass, responded to this reviewResponded 21 April 2018