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One too many toasts? Time to reconsider your glassware

Whether you mix it or match it, well-made glassware is a must for the home bar. After all, It’s not just what’s in the glass that matters—unique glassware make a statement and shows your good taste. We’ve got you covered with everything from tumblers to highballs, flutes to carafes.

Pour your drink from a topsy turvy Decales Carafe
Made from durable borosilicate glass, this striking French-made carafe from designer Laurence Brabant appears to be a stack of individual glasses. Each tipsy looking vessel is unique, and the playful yet elegant design is appropriate for water, wine, iced tea, or any other drink of your choosing.

The Sommeliers Pick for Wine, the Zalto Denk`Art Collection
Zalto wine glasses have a bold and modern distinctive angular look, as well as an ultra-thin rim that makes for a better drinking experience. They are also lead-free and dishwasher safe. This luxurious collection includes designs for Burgundy, Bordeaux, white wine, sweet wine, Champagne, and more.
From $55

Drink the rainbow with vibrant hand-blown tumblers from Dehanna Jones
Seattle-based glass blower Dehanna Jones crafts tumblers and highball glasses with colorful stripes, tiles, or ovals. The contrasting colored rims makes it easy to remember whose glass is whose. Sturdy and dishwasher safe, they will be your go to for entertaining as well as everyday use.

Show some city pride with retro hometown glasses
Love & Victory offers sets of rocks glasses each hand engraved with a city name and a nostalgic leafy branch motif. Whether you want to honor your hometown or remember the city of your honeymoon or college, these glasses are equal parts classy and cool.
$68 per set of 4, $88 per custom design

Craft beer drinkers get expert-approved glasses from Spiegelau
Fine glassware isn’t just for wine drinkers. Spiegelau makes custom glass shapes just for lager, India pale ale, American wheat beer, and stout styles. All are designed to bring out the particular qualities of a given brew, and to help maintain a consistent temperature. How good are they? Spiegelau’s glasses were awarded the esteemed Red Dot Award for design in 2015.
$39 per set of 4

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