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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

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