Something about sipping a full-bodied bourbon after work brings you right back to that local watering hole where everyone actually did know your name. Whether you had your initials carved on the corner bar or you simply miss your favorite metropolis, this glass set lets you raise a toast to hidden gems and great memories with designer detail.
Created by Boston-based designer Brian Johnson, these glasses feature an intricate city map that sprawls along the curves of the vessel. Interspersed street names and the locale’s coordinates offer an unexpected way to show off your own stomping grounds. Glasses made in Ohio and etched in New Hampshire.
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Puiforcat’s champagne tumbler has been crafted in France from polished rose gold.
Three warm, polished mango-wood serving boards make beautifully rustic showcases for cheese, fruit or desserts—while hand-trimmed handles lend an industrial touch. The accompanying storage block makes it easy to tuck them away in style after the dinner party’s over.
Laboratorio Paravicini’s collections are completely handcrafted, the unique handpainted, printed, or engraved designs are always applied under a non-toxic glaze to make sure the colors don’t fade. This dessert plate pays homage to the astrological sign of Libra featuring striking details in grey and gold that depict the zodiac sign’s symbol of a scale and its positioning in the sky.
Somewhere, fairies are resting on petals, sipping from hollow pearls. You know, the stuff of a Shakespearean daydream. Bring that magic to your everyday with this fanciful set of iridescent glasses. Like bubbles blown from a giant wand, frozen and turned to glass, the subtle rainbow design will make entertaining an ethereal experience. Each glass is hand-painted by Polish artisans with a taste for the magical.