Why is glass polar

POLAR glass

THIRST FOR DESIGN

No confusion - this does not only apply to the individually decorated glasses, it also applies to the POLAR series as a whole. Its playful design is unique and at the same time it scores with the extremely practical side effect that the handmade vessels can no longer be mixed up among the guests present. Each one also consists of break-proof, heat-resistant borosilicate glass - also called Jena glass - which was developed by the German chemist and glass technician Otto Schott in 1887 and is currently experiencing a real renaissance. The tradition of a brilliant inventor united in a new guise.

Borosilicate glass, hand decorated
Length: 8 cm
Width: 8 cm
Height: 10 cm

THIRST FOR DESIGN

No confusion - this not only applies to the individually decorated glasses, it also applies to the POLAR series as a whole. Its playful design is unique and at the same time it scores with the extremely practical side effect that the handmade vessels can no longer be mixed up among the guests present. Each one is also made of break-proof, heat-resistant borosilicate glass - also known as Jena glass - which was developed in 1887 by the German chemist and glass technician Otto Schott and is currently experiencing a real renaissance. The tradition of a brilliant inventor united in a new guise.

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