The Registry Glassware That Is Cheaper By The Dozen
DO newlyweds really need expensive wine glasses that, because of fear of breakage, probably will never leave the cupboard?
In fact most couples , would be better served by inexpensive stemware and tumblers by the dozen. There is plenty of well-priced glassware — clear and colored — to set stylish tables and stock bars that will serve a crowd.
1. ON THE ROCKS
From left, Block Monogram double old-fashioned glasses come engraved with any letter four for $27.99 at Target, target.com, or 591-3869.
Old-fashioned glasses by Mikasa, in sets of four, , are $45. At Mxyplyzyk, 125 Greenwich Avenue , or mxyplyzyk.com 243-9810.
A set of 16 Bravera curved glasses, is $29.99 at Target.
2. WHITE, RED AND BUBBLES
From left, the Globe, a stemless eight-ounce red wine glass, comes in a set of four for $50 at Property, 14 Wooster Street , or 237-0123.
A chunky-stemmed, ample wine glass is $5.95 at Mxyplyzyk, 125 Greenwich Avenue , or mxyplyzyk.com, 243-9810.
A white wine goblet from the Angled Rim Crackle Stemware collection is $6 at Pier 1, pier1.com, 245-4595.
Gigi, a 12-inch stemmed Champagne flute, is $4.95 at CB2, cb2.com, 606-6252 available in other sizes.
3. MAGIC FLUTE
Horta is a flute etched with an Art-Nouveau-style pattern $12 each at Anthropologie, anthropologie.com, or 309-2500. Wine glasses in other shapes are also available.
4. THE BLUES AND GREENS
Positively Dotty is a cut green glass $10 each at Anthropologie, anthropologie.com, or 309-2500.
5. BASIC BLACK