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. I am not sure why, but who am I to argue.
Unfortunately the lady in the store didn't make us feel welcome, so I decided that it was best not to push my luck by actually buying something there. A shame, as there were some very nice pieces.
If you do decide to be open to the public, you need someone front of shop who is welcoming and that was not the case here. We went on to the pottery barn after and had a much better experience with a very welcoming artist.
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