Flutes & saucers

Flutes & saucers

Flutes & saucers

When it's time to raise a toast, choose a glass that rises to the occasion.

Pictured from left to right, top row to bottom:

1 Harper Champagne flute, $ 14.95, from Country Road.

2 Grand Royale crystal Champagne flute, $69.95, from Villeroy & Boch.

3 Opulence handmade flute, $49.95 for a pair, from Krosno.

4 William Yeoward Bunny crystal Champagne flute, $250, from The Bay Tree.

5 Tsé & Tsé Associées Big Sparkling glass, $135, from Space Furniture.

6 Tom Dixon Tank Collection Champagne glass, $155 for a pair, from Dedece.

7 Kate Spade New York Darling Point Champagne saucer, $229 for a pair, from WWRD.

8 Stemless Champagne Fishnet glass, $59.90 for a set of four, from Francalia.

9 Polo stemless flute, $59.95 for a set of eight, from Salt & Pepper.

10 Hay Gold Lines Champagne glass, $54, from Cult.

11 France Rainbow Champagne glass, $59.90 for a set of four, from Francalia.

12 Walker & Hall sterling silver antique Champagne saucer, $895 for a pair, from Greene & Greene Antiques.


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