Glass Bottle ,Museum

 Glass Bottle Museum is located in the north of the Sukhumvit (Sukhumvit) Highway Bypass in the south section of the east side of Pattaya, Thailand. The museum was founded by the Dutch Mr. Bjj De Leij. This is an unobtrusive bottle art museum. The museum has a collection of more than 300 rare and beautiful shapes; many famous large buildings such as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok, the Temple of Dawn, the Yunshi Temple, the Victory Monument, the Democratic Constitution Monument, and even Thai temples are all built in glass bottles. , but also a typical building of such a decent size, so fine and perfect, so beautiful and magnificent, built in a glass bottle with a small bottle mouth. It is conceivable how much painstaking effort and time it takes to condense such artistically beautiful buildings into glass bottles. Its painstaking effort and time are really comparable to the difficulty of building a real monument. Glass products are made of more than a dozen raw materials such as broken glass, soda ash, sodium nitrate, barium carbonate, and quartz sand. A container made by melting and shaping at a high temperature of 1600 degrees can be produced in different shapes according to different molds. Glass bottles mainly include various wine bottles, beverage bottles, pickle bottles, honey bottles, canned bottles, soda bottles, carbonated beverage bottles, coffee bottles, tea cups, 0.5 kg/2.5 kg/4 kg wine jars and other special-shaped glass bottle,. The glass bottle is sealed and light-transmitting, which can store products that are highly sensitive to humidity for a long time.

 


Post time: Nov-18-2022