This handblown glass with tulip-shaped bowl is attractive, functional, and a longtime Crate & Barrel bestseller. Comes in red wine, white wine, goblet, and champagne flute (the latter two priced at $7.95 each). Coordinating decanter also available.
Each of the nine glass shapes in Riedel’s O line are determined by the character of the wine. Accordingly, the Austrian company offers a dizzying array of mouth-blown, hand-blown, and machine-made crystal glasses at a variety of price points.
The Grand Cru, designed by Erik Bagger, fulfills the expectations of serious wine drinkers by offering the perfect shape, size, and balance in a glass. The Danish company also offers equally chic wine accessories like decanters, a wine rack, and a corkscrew.
Do not adjust your magazine. The Technicolor graphics on this porcelain bowl are just a test of the Emergency Breakfast System. For Origo’s tenth anniversary Alfredo Häberli remixed the palettes of the otherwise horizontally inclined line with a slight vertical adjustment.