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Candle Glassware - General Information

Welcome to our general information section on glassware. 

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Candle Glassware

danube jars

Here at Eroma we are in constant motion, continuously innovating and improving our product range, supplying only the highest quality in candle glassware. Over the past year we have acquired our own glassware manufacturing plant in China, which has enabled us to have complete control over two important factors: design and quality. We now have the capabilities to produce the glassware ranges we have wanted for years.

You may have noticed the transition from "Metro" jars to our highly acclaimed "Danube" range. This was the first step in becoming Australia's highest quality glass supplier. By providing the revolutionary concept of moulded jars, candle makers across the board are able to raise the standard and increase the quality of candle they produce. These jars appear to be identical; the key difference may not even be noticed until you physically hold the jar in your hand and feel the glass's weight. Danube Jars were our first moulded glasses to be launched and are now accompanied by Oxford and Velino Tumblers. This is only the beginning of what could be the most extensive glassware range available on the market today.

The Difference:

red votive jarAt Eroma, we try to differentiate ourselves from our competitors by providing a higher quality product. We have been able to achieve this with our glassware by shifting from 'blown' glassware to 'moulded' glassware. The difference is significant and can be identified just by looking at the glassware (Pic 1.1). Any doubts or uncertainties of the glass's strength are instantly alleviated when you feel the mass of the glass in your hand. Its heavy, sturdy nature fortifies the glass, allowing it to be dropped from waist height without shattering. When comparing Moulded glass to Blown Glass it's important to look at both sides of the table, advantages and disadvantages:

Pic 1.1

glass comparison

When comparing Moulded glass to Blown Glass it's important to look at both sides of the table, advantages and disadvantages:

Blown Glass:

blown glass

Moulded Glass:

moulded glass

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