Trendglas

Trendglas

Heat-resistant glass for domestic use was produced in Jena for the first time in around 1920. By developing the borosilicate glass, Otto Schott created a universal material which, after laboratories and the industry, quickly conquered households as well.

In 2005 production was abandoned at the company Schott Jenaer Glas GmbH. However, the design, the moulds and the equipment was taken over, so customers today can find this heat-resistant glass, including the original Jenaer glass shapes, in the Trendglas Jena line.
The Trendglas Jena GmbH belongs to the Csonkagroup, based in Sopron, Hungary, one of the biggest and most efficient manufacturers of heat-resistant glass in Europe. 

  • display as grid Grid
  • display as list List

Elio 0.4l
Elio 0.4l
A Modern Glass Teapot Capacity 0.4l
£23.50
5