kinta mond geblazen glas Nattadis products

Slide Nattadis workshop Kinta's glass is produced at a family business specializing in handmade glass near Bangkok, Thailand. The family founded the workshop more than 40 years ago. It has about 120 employees, many with a long track record and some of them have been working there since the beginning.
The workshop has a pleasant setting, including a small temple for the employees. Now the third generation, including Nattadis, is working on a good future for the family business. It is a pleasure to work with Nattadis and his family, they are very well organized and experienced. Fair trade is a matter of course for both of us.
Slide Nattadis workshop Kinta's glass is produced at a family business specializing in handmade glass near Bangkok, Thailand. The family founded the workshop more than 40 years ago. It has about 120 employees, many with a long track record and some of them have been working there since the beginning.
The workshop has a pleasant setting, including a small temple for the employees. Now the third generation, including Nattadis, is working on a good future for the family business. It is a pleasure to work with Nattadis and his family, they are very well organized and experienced. Fair trade is a matter of course for both of us.

Slide Production Good working conditions and the fair trade principle are self-evident in Nattadis workshop. Employees enjoy working here and have often been employed for a long time, sometimes even more than 25 years. The glass is produced by hand by experienced glass masters, resulting in beautiful and sustainable glass products. Craftsmanship Time and heat Handicraft Craftsmanship is central to Nattadis family business. The craftsmen have built up technical expertise in materials and production techniques for years, using very exclusive and personal techniques. Making the glass products requires a lot of power, time and heat. It takes twelve work stages, 1500°C heat and fifteen hours to guide the glass through all stages of production, from raw materials to final products.
The elegant design and the wavy pattern are created by using a mold. Real handicraft, which makes the Amnis glass collection unique and the thickness can vary slightly.

Slide mond geblazen glas patroon In Nattadis workshop, lead-free crystal glass is used. The tumblers and carafes are made from real glass colours. This means that the glass is already coloured before it is blown (the colour is not sprayed on afterwards). This makes our glass collection dishwasher safe.

The glassblowers create different reliefs in the glass through a mold. We choose a natural wavy pattern for our Amnis collection. The relief of the wavy pattern ensures that the tumblers and the carafes are easy to hold.
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Slide Amnis glas mint design Amnis glas mint design Material In Nattadis workshop, lead-free crystal glass is used. The tumblers and carafes are made from real glass colours. This means that the glass is already coloured before it is blown (the colour is not sprayed on afterwards). This makes our glass collection dishwasher safe.

The glassblowers create different reliefs in the glass through a mold. We choose a natural wavy pattern for our Amnis collection. The relief of the wavy pattern ensures that the tumblers and the carafes are easy to hold.
Slide Amnis glas patroon blauw Amnis glas patroon blauw Material In Nattadis workshop, lead-free crystal glass is used. The tumblers and carafes are made from real glass colours. This means that the glass is already coloured before it is blown (the colour is not sprayed on afterwards). This makes our glass collection dishwasher safe.

The glassblowers create different reliefs in the glass through a mold. We choose a natural wavy pattern for our Amnis collection. The relief of the wavy pattern ensures that the tumblers and the carafes are easy to hold.

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