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10 Easy Pieces: Quirky Glassware, Stemmed Edition

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10 Easy Pieces: Quirky Glassware, Stemmed Edition

Alexa Hotz September 23, 2015

The second installment on our exploration of quirky glassware (see our recent post on offbeat drinking glasses if you missed it) is stemmed glassware in artful, hand-formed shapes. We like the idea of serving an unusual drink in one of these 10 glasses at our next dinner party; Heidi Swan’s Dragonfruit Vodka Tonic comes to mind. Have a look at our latest finds.

Above: The South African Ngwenya Adams Glass with Reuben Stem is $22 at Nickey Kehoe in Los Angeles.

Above: The Maldon Water Goblet is among a collection of reinterpreted 17th-century Dutch Rummers; $13 from Canvas.

An organic shape, the Rustic Champagne Glass is $16 at Spartan.

Above: As if the glass were a ball of hand-shaped clay, Seletti’s Glass from Sonny Large Wine Glass is made of warped borosilicate glass; $35.08 at YLiving.

Above: Astier de Villatte Glasses are airy, handblown glass pieces made in an antique Bastille workshop; $65 for the wine glass, $85 for the goblet, $98 for the champagne flute at ABC Carpet & Home.

Above: A colored stemmed glass from Billy Cotton, the Blue Curved Wine Glass is $20 at March.

Above: Designed in the shape of a plastic Dixie cup with the addition of an ornate stem, another glass from Seletti, The Wine Glass, is $16.94. 

Above: From Bulgarian designer Marina Dragomirova, the Mixers glass, from a series of magnetized vintage glassware, is $75 at Maryam Nassir Zadeh or order directly from Marina Dragomirova.

The Balloon Glass by La Rochere is €5.50 ($6.14) for the 4.7-ounce size at Merci.

Above: Mouth-blown in Japan, Yoshihiko Takahashi’s globular Wine Glass is as close to sculpture as a glass could get; $225 for a single glass at March.

For more ideas, see our other Glassware posts, including the following:

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