Found in every café and restaurant in Marrakech serving traditional mint tea, the Beldi Glass is as iconic as the Terracotta Tagines or Metal Tea Pots of Morocco.
In typical Moroccan fashion, Le Verre Beldi glassware is handmade exclusively in Morocco. Hand-blown using recycled glass, the crafting process follows the same savoir-faire since the 1940s, adopting traditional techniques inherited from father to son.
In 2013, the last glass factory in Morocco closed, leaving its customers and employees abandoned. The Beldi group stepped in ensuring this iconic object remains part of our daily lives, rather than ending up as a long-lost treasure of the past. Together with employees of the abandoned factory, they built a modern factory inside the Beldi Country Club where sixty skilled artisans now continue to work.
All Le Verre Beldi glassware is made from recycled glass. The clear glass is made from recycled Coca-Cola bottles and the brown and green from beer bottles. Hand-blown by craftsmen, Le Verre Beldi has revived the craft of Moroccan glass making by creating a workshop with the last glassblowers in Morocco.