Malta Decorative Glass, Jackie.
A small, very short-lived studio set up by the Maltese government with financing from China, around 1977.
The government had seen how well Mdina had succeeded, and, having "disposed" of Michael Harris, leaving Eric Dobson and Joseph Said running Mdina, they decided that the whole enterprise could be repeated, using Vicente Boffo as the masterglassmaker at the new place. He was told if he didn't take it on, he'd have to leave the island.
However, it did not succeed the way Mdina had and did not last. Many of the designs are variations on themes used at Mdina, but different colours were used as well.
For example, at MDG, you find pieces cased in amber (not a Mdina feature) they made green pieces (they're just glorious!) and the blue that is used is a different shade to that found in Mdina.