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5 Favorites: Champagne Flutes

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5 Favorites: Champagne Flutes

Julie Carlson December 31, 2013

A roundup of high-style Champagne flutes, perfect for New Year’s toasting.

Above: Hand-blown Champagne Glasses designed by Ilse Crawford and Michael Anastassiades; £129 a pair at Sigmar in London.

Above: Revolution Collection Champagne Glasses by Felicia Ferrone, hand-blown of borosilicate glass; $79 for a pair at Kneen & Co.

Above: The Deborah Ehrlich Simple Champagne Flute is $112 for a set of two at Elements in Chicago.

 

Above: Designed in the 1950s by decorative artist and glass designer Goran Hongell, the Iittala Aarne Champagne Glasses are $60 for a set of two from Amazon.

Above: Hand-blown soda glass Simplicity Flute; $3.50 each at CB2.

Need a Champagne bucket? Have a look at 10 Easy Pieces: Champagne Buckets. And for more of our favorite glasses, browse our Tabletop posts.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on December 31, 2010 as part of our European Mix issue.

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