How The Oldest Crystal Factory In France Makes $13,000 Paperweights | Insider Business

Artisans at Saint-Louis have been handcrafting iconic glass and crystal pieces in rural France for nearly 450 years. Their chandeliers and tableware decorated French palaces in the 19th century. But as customers started embracing more casual glassware, Saint-Louis struggled to stay afloat.

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