Megan's Top 5 Best Glassware

Megan's Top 5 Best Glassware

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  • Oliver Bonas
    Blue Lustre Gin Glasses


    Megan Murray

    Oliver Bonas’ homeware offering has continued to get better and better over the last few years, making this store one of my favourites on the high street for decorative accessories, prints and glassware. I’ve had a couple of glassware sets from Oliver Bonas and they’ve lasted brilliantly – no chips, cracks or breakages. 

    I like that their range tends to experiment with colour and finish, giving their glassware a bit of personality. These huge goldfish bowl-style glasses are perfect for a gin and tonic or Aperol Spritz. I would fill them two thirds of the way up with ice and use a nice garnish to finish. Not only do they have a two-tone effect and gold edging, in person they have a lustrous sheen, too.
  • Liberty London
    Rialto Coupe Glasses


    Megan Murray

    If you’re looking for a stand-out glass that’s worthy of a celebration, these champagne coupes from Sir/Madam ought to do the trick. Sure to impress any guests, their intricate design is inspired by the defining arches that adorn Venice’s Rialto Bridge. 

    Each one is finished by hand by artisans in Turkey, adding a unique flair to every single glass. Personally, I adore the rich coral colour, but they also come in turquoise, teal and yellow. They also double as pretty dessert glasses for serving chocolate mousse or ice cream.
  • Anthropologie
    Waterfall White Wine Glass


    Megan Murray

    The best time to drink rose wine is on a summer’s evening with a lovely view, and that’s exactly what I can imagine myself doing with this Waterfall wine glass from Anthropologie. The belly of the glass is large enough to hold a decent measuring, while the rim feels delicate and perfect to sip from. 

    Details like the hand-painted blush gradient and 24-carat gold rim make this glass that little bit more special and it would look lovely with a pink-themed tablescape.
  • La Rochère
    Bee Stemmed Wine Glass


    Megan Murray

    Francophiles, this one is for you. This charming wine glass comes from La Rochère, a French glassware producer with more than 500 years of history and the oldest factory of its kind in Europe. 

    The story of the brand feels apparent in the glass’ traditional shape and if you look closely you’ll see an intricate pattern printed on its exterior. It's inspired by a famous design that belonged to Napolean and it’s little stories like these that make me excited to invest in something. 

    I’m also a big fan of French wine and it gives me a little spring in my step when I’m entertaining to serve drinks in such appropriate vessels.
  • The Vintage List
    Champagne Saucers With Stars Design


    Megan Murray

    The Vintage List is up there when it comes to my favourite glassware brands. Each glass is inspired by 19th century and early 20th century English designs, giving them a look of sophistication and authenticity. I received this set of six starry coupes for my birthday last year and I’m so precious about them. 

    The Vintage List glasses are handcrafted from crystal and delicate stars and also engraved by hand. They look beautiful when filled with sparkling wine as the stars seem to sparkle! Beware, though, they are extremely fragile and they are on the small side, so definitely not the glass to use for a big knees up.

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