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5 Funky Wine Glasses

These drinking vessels make awkward holiday parties that much more interesting.

From Art Nouveau goblets to sculptural tumblers, these wine glasses have out-of-the-box profiles that are conducive to year-round use. Each was chosen exclusively from firms on The List, the destination for all things Surface-approved.

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1. Oro wine glass, L’Objet
The hand-blown body of this vessel is distinguished by its base, where a wrapped in crackled gold leaf sphere takes center stage.

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2. Brannvin glass set,  Mjölk
Created by Swedish designer Ingegerd Raman for Skruf—one of the few remaining glass-making studios in Sweden—these refreshingly thick, goblet-esque glasses are mouth-blown and arrive in a set of two.

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3. Folia collection, Saint-Louis
A deep-beveled cut of crystal defines each piece in this faceted series, which is offers a dazzling view from every angle.

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4. Elements red wine glass I and II, J. Hill’s Standard
Designed by Scholten & Baijings, these pared-down drinking vessels feature a versatile, contemporary cut.

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5. Grape goblet, Georg Jensen
First introduced in 1918, this sterling silver Art Nouveau cup is embellished with grapes and tiny rubies.

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