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Tabletop: Deborah Ehrlich Glassware

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Tabletop: Deborah Ehrlich Glassware

Julie Carlson June 23, 2009

 Flawless crystal glassware, courtesy of glass designer Deborah Ehrlich. Each piece is hand-blown, hand-cut, and polished by a small family-run business near a medieval town in Sweden. Takashiyama in New York carries the full line (prices start at $35 for a Shot Glass).

Above: Deborah Ehrlich Crystal Wine Glass; $46 at Elements in Chicago.

Above: Deborah Ehrlich All Purpose Glass; $46 at Elements in Chicago.

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