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10 Easy Pieces: Quirky Glassware

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 10, 2015 01:04 AM
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by Alexa Hotz last modified Sep 09, 2015

When your too-considered tabletop needs an offbeat note, opt for quirky glassware as a full set or a motley assortment. Here are our favorite drinking glasses: the artful, oddball, and intentionally imperfect. N.B.: Stay tuned for our stemmed edition of quirky glassware to come. Above: From Milan-based Turkish designer Defne Koz, the  Glass Tumblers  are 24 percent lead crystal and are hand silk-screened in silver; $195 for a set of 6 at Garde. Above: The  Duralex Melting Glasses  by Loris et Livia are Duralex glasses melted into a unique shape; €14.90 each ($15) at Merci. Above:  Malfatti  glassware, in an assortment of shapes and sizes, is made of lightweight but durable borosilicate glass (lab glass) and is available directly from Malfatti Glass or at  March . For more on the brand, see our post  Malfatti Glass in Beacon, NY . Above: From Kinto, the  Grey 300ml Dew Tumbler  is made of recycled glass; $10 each at Steven Alan. Above: The  Pomegranate Double Old Fashion  is a handmade drinking glass with a greenish tint; $16 each at Canvas. Above: Mouth-blown in Paris by a married couple under the name Laurance Brabant,  Spiraled Glasses  are individually made; $46 to $60 each at ABC Carpet & Home. Above: Handblown in California by Studio Palanquin for Quitokeeto, the  Cabrillo Glass  has a patterned surface for $32 each. Above: At Canoe in Portland, Oregon,  Glacier Glassware  are drinking glasses made in Japan and mimic the form of natural ice forms with their faceted bases; $12 for a 10-ounce tall glass. Above: Patricia Urquiola's Jellies Short Tumbler Glass designed for Kartell is $76 for a set of four at Y Lighting. Above: From J. Hill’s Standard the  Element Series Whiskey Glass  is geometric crystal that is made and cut by hand; €160 ($178) per tumbler at Makers & Brothers. Above: Designed by Silo Studio for Wrong for Hay, the  Tela Tumbler  is clear glass with a lightly textured surface; £9 each ($13.75) at TwentyTwentyOne. And for more on the subject, see our  Trend Alert: Your Grandmother's Cut Crystal Makes a Comeback . If something simple is what you're craving, have a look at our posts. 10 Easy Pieces: Basic Drinking Glasses 10 Easy Pieces: Everyday Wine Glasses 5 Favorites: Champagne Flutes More Stories from Remodelista Pared Down Simplicity: New Furniture from a Cult Woodworker 10 Easy Pieces: Chic Champagne Buckets Design Sleuth: La Soufflerie's Handblown Glassware






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