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
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.
Csonkaglas was a co-producer of Jenaer Glaswerk for more than 12 years.
Completion of Trendglas products also takes place here.
It is exported to 52 countries under the brand names “trendglas” and
„trendglas Jena“ and, only in Germany, these products are offered by
more than 700 specialist retailer.
Since 2006 we have been present at
Ambiente, the biggest consumer-goods fair in Frankfurt with increasing
success and an increasingly wide range of new products.
In 2009 we came up with and presented
the line SOLO/GLOBE. These stylish designer teapots were immediately
highly popularly with consumers earning the SOLO line the title ‘Teapot
of the Year’ at TeeGschwendner and the title ‘Hand-made Hungarian
Masterpiece’ in 2010.
Our teapots SIGN 0.6/1.2 l have won in 2013 the iF design award. These award counts to the most prestigions prizes in the world of innovative design.
An excellent glass base „Made in
Germany“, certified quality, continuous improvement of the technical and
technological possibilities and our long-standing experience with
heat-resistant glass guarantee high quality processed products.