Aqua blue glasses are for sale from the Al Khalil Glass Factory in Jordan. Once thriving, with highly-sought-after glass, the factory ceased operation after a main route to the Dead Sea was diverted. Today, remnants of the factory's production are sold by appointment to locals and tourists who seek out the beautiful Hebron glass.
Aqua glass fish in various sizes.
Clear, aqua and pale blue goblets, carafes and pitchers.
Cobalt blue and clear glass vases and candlesticks.
Green, clear, aqua and amber glass pitchers.
A bowl of aqua glass beads, coated in dust.
Hand-blown glass vases in green, blue and amber.
Clear and cobalt candlesticks, rarely disturbed and therefore covered with dust.
Amber covered spice jars.
Decorative glass vases.
Handblown blue and green glass goblets to hold candle votives.
Glass medallions containing inscriptions from the Koran.
A showpiece light fixture, from the factory's height of production.
Mottled glass, which is paper-thin and deceptively fragile.
Popular Hebron pottery.
Blue-and-white ceramic candlesticks.
Candlesticks and bells.