Hungary: Herend Porcelain

We visit the world famous Herend Porcelain factory in Herend, Hungary where four Deaf women work as artists painting stunning artwork on porcelain pieces. Take a behind-the-scenes tour as we see how porcelain is made, learn about the daily life of these employees, and enjoy the world-class quality of work the Deaf employees put forth!

Check the website of the Hungarian Tourism

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5 Comments

  1. Avery Ecklein says:

    10½” HEREND® dinner plateware can cost $380!

  2. Székelyné Németh Erika says:

    Dear Joel!

    Thank you very much for the movie. I am very glad of this, for showing the fate of the Deaf colleagues. The longer you very good luck!

    Sincerely, Erika

    Herend

  3. Johnny L. C says:

    Not only Joel is host of “No Barriers With Joel Barish,” he is also a narrator, an educator, and philanthropist. Every video I watch of his show, I get more impressed. This show SHOULD be on television!

  4. Cloggie says:

    Joel I am constantly impressed with your travels and the deaf folks you seem to find along the way, so where are you off to next ????

  5. Donna says:

    Awe, impressive that place more high formal who deafies work really those a gift.

    Donna

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