Hand Blown Glass has been made in Hebron for centuries. There are several workshops scattered around the city. Much of the glass used is recycled from discarded bottles which are collected by children and delivered to the workshops in shopping carts.
The fuel for the furnace is recycled motor oil which is collected by garages when they change the oil in a customer's car. The black viscous oil is pumped under pressure into the furnase and the resulting spray provides a very hot fire.
Due to the handmade nature of the products, No two items are exactly alike which adds to their collectability and charm.