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Wow talk about skill!

We enjoyed seeing the glassmaking and other delights of the village but we thoroughly enjoyed... read more

Reviewed 10 December 2016
Lucy T
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East Yorkshire
A natural beauty from old roots

We visited the craft village in Ta Qali on a previous visit on this occasion we found The Olive... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2016
PWaine
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London, United Kingdom
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10 Dec 2016
“Wow talk about skill!”
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Newly refurbished hut in crafts village exhibiting the work of Maltese Artist Eleazar Galea from (Rabat). All sculptures are carved out of Olive Wood and are very unique. Smaller quality gifts are available too. Eleazar is always in the workshop at...more
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Hut 137, Ta' Qali, Island of Malta ATD4000, Malta
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Reviewed 13 June 2018

End of July 2017 we odererd and paid for a small coffee table and shipment to Switzerland. Delievery approx. 6 weeks. Mid October the table arrived broken in Switzerland due to unsufficient packaging. We had paid Euro 270.00 for shipment. The postagefee on the package...More

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Reviewed 10 December 2016

We enjoyed seeing the glassmaking and other delights of the village but we thoroughly enjoyed meeting Eliazer and seeing him work on the huge block of olive wood he was skilfully working on! We bought a lovely rustic chopping block and the smell of the...More

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Reviewed 18 March 2016

We visited the craft village in Ta Qali on a previous visit on this occasion we found The Olive Wood shop. Eleazar the owner and sculpture was there and you can see he has a passion and cares about the olive wood. It was a...More

Thank PWaine
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