As an owner-managed family company based in Neustadt bei Coburg, Bavaria, we have developed into one of the leading specialists for Christmas decorations and seasonal accessories through our own production and trading with high-quality Christmas tree balls handmade in Germany and glass decorations.
Together with our 125 employees, we are pleased to present the latest trend collections INGE-GLAS® MANUFAKTUR, MAGIC by Inge and CHRISTMAS GOODS by Inge for the most beautiful celebration of the year. Moreover, of course, we are even more pleased to bring you, your company, your customers and your family a special treat.
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Our INGE-GLAS® MANUFAKTUR collection is manufactured in our own factory in Neustadt bei Coburg in the traditional way: Just like 100 years ago, our Christmas decorations are hand-blown and hand-painted with great attention to detail. The result is enchanting little works of art that are passed down from generation to generation in the family, and bring joy to every Christmas. Each ornament is a reminder of an unforgettable Christmas spent together.
Our innovative and individually scalable MAGIC by Inge collection convinces with more than 3,000 glass articles and an attractive selection of colours and shapes as well as trendy colour mixes. Perfectly matched to the requirements of the volume business and a guarantee for a successful appearance at the PoS.
For 15 generations we have been dedicated to the glassblowing craft. Together with our 125 employees, we produce glass Christmas decorations and glass decorations for every occasion every day on 24,000 sq.m. of factory space at three locations in and around Neustadt bei Coburg. In addition, customers and interested people have a unique shopping experience at the „Alte Weihnachtsfabrik“. There you will find something special, individual and original for every occasion. In the Historical Christmas Museum, the glass traces of our ancestors become visible: a collection of antique Christmas decorations personally collected by Klaus and Birgit Müller-Blech.