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Hand Wash Crystal Glasses

  • $59.95
    Notable for their brilliant clarity and superb balance, these 24% lead-crystal glasses are embellished with hand-cut fluting that catches and reflects light. The shape and capacity add to their usefulness with water and other beverages. The glasses are from a Slovenian glassworks founded 80 years ago. We recommend washing by hand. 19.2-oz. cap., 7 3/4" high. Set of two. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $68
    Riedel's premier Sommeliers collection includes an impressive assortment of lead-crystal glasses, each developed by expert wine tasters to flatter a specific varietal. The company's search for the perfect Sauvignon Blanc glass involved hundreds of expert tasters from around the world. The result is this award-winning glass, perfect for grassy Loire wines.
  • $106
    Riedel's premier collection, the Sommeliers line, includes an impressive assortment of lead-crystal glasses, each developed by expert tasters to flatter a specific type of fine wine or liquor. Representing a quantum leap in wineglass design when it was created in 1958, this glass is on permanent display at the New York Museum of Modern Art.
  • $106
    Riedel's premier collection, the Sommeliers line, includes an impressive assortment of lead-crystal glasses, each developed by expert tasters to flatter a specific type of fine wine or liquor. This glass is designed to showcase the best qualities of well-structured red wines, including Syrah, Petite Sirah, Barbera, Hermitage, Malbec and Chteauneuf-du-Pape. The bowl is shaped to bring out notes of toast and black olives.
  • $68
    Riedel's premier collection, the Sommeliers line, includes an impressive assortment of lead-crystal glasses, each developed by expert tasters to flatter a specific type of fine wine or liquor. This glass is designed to showcase the delicate qualities of medium-bodied red wines, including Zinfandel, Beaujolais Nouveau, Sangiovese, Dolcetto and Ctes du Roussillon. The shape of the bowl brings out the bouquet of cherry and almonds.
  • $105
    In a style that strikes the perfect balance between classic and contemporary, this exquisite Spin lead-crystal barware crafted by Baccarat celebrates a long-standing tradition of excellence. Notable for their brilliant clarity and superb balance, these highballs are made in Baccarat, France, in a glassworks authorized by King Louis XV more than 240 years ago. A stamp of authenticity marks the base of each glass. We recommend washing by hand. 11.5-oz. cap., 5 1/2" high. Set of two.
  • $130
    Playful and elegant in equal measure, this exquisite Beluga lead-crystal barware crafted by Baccarat celebrates a long-standing tradition of excellence. Notable for their brilliant clarity and superb balance, these highballs are made in Baccarat, France, in a glassworks authorized by King Louis XV more than 240 years ago. A stamp of authenticity marks the base of each glass. We recommend washing by hand. 12 oz. cap., 5 1/2" high. Set of two.
  • $68
    Riedel's premier collection, the Sommeliers line, includes an impressive assortment of lead-crystal glasses, each developed by experts to flatter a specific type of fine wine or liquor. This glass is designed to showcase the best characteristics of vintage port. The bowl's small, slender shape and narrow mouth deliver the optimum balance of fruitiness and acidity, while understating the high alcohol content. This allows you to appreciate the harmonious blend of flavors and enjoy the delightful finish.
  • $68
    Riedel's premier Sommeliers collection includes an impressive assortment of lead-crystal glasses, each developed by expert wine tasters to flatter a specific fine wine or liquor. The precisely customized shape of this glass concentrates every nuance of mature cognacs (with an average age of 30 years) and other fine brandies. The rim delivers the flow of liquid to create a harmonious balance of fruit, body, finesse and fire.
  • $68
    Riedel's premier collection, the Sommeliers line, includes an impressive assortment of lead-crystal glasses, each developed by expert wine tasters to flatter a specific type of fine wine or liquor. This glass is designed to showcase the best characteristics of sweet wines, including Sauternes, Barsac, Vins Liquoreux, Monbazillac and Juranon. The bowl's unusual curved shape is designed to emphasize the fruit aromas and acidity, thereby balancing the wine's sweetness and luscious finish.
  • $55$65
    Sleek and graceful, this contemporary Waterford stemware pattern lends elegance and sparkle to any table setting classic to modern and casual to formal. Hand cut in a brushstroke pattern, the fully leaded crystal should be hand washed only to maintain its sparkle and clarity. Carrying on the companys tradition of producing fine crystal since 1783, Waterfords master artisans hand blow and cut each glass before etching it with the Waterford seahorse logo, adapted from the Waterford City coat of arms.
  • $75$85
    Extended faceted stems give Waterford's signature crystal design a sleek, contemporary look. The straight-sided bowls with elaborate diamond and wedge cuts reflect the original design, which was inspired by Ireland's spectacular Lismore Castle. This glass in particular is elevated to the extraordinary with hand-painted rims in platinum. Waterford's master artisans hand blow and cut each glass before etching it with the Waterford sea horse logo, adapted from the Waterford City coat of arms.
  • $75$85
    Extended faceted stems give Waterford's signature crystal design a sleek, contemporary look. The straight-sided bowls with elaborate diamond and wedge cuts reflect the original design, which was inspired by Ireland's spectacular Lismore Castle. Waterford's master artisans hand blow and cut each glass before etching it with the Waterford sea horse logo, adapted from the Waterford City coat of arms. The Waterford company has been known for producing fine crystal since 1783. Hand-wash. Flute, 4-oz. cap.
  • $106
    Riedel's premier Sommeliers collection includes an impressive assortment of lead-crystal glasses, each developed by expert wine tasters to flatter a specific varietal. Georg Riedel was the first to create a glass specifically for one of the great wine varieties of the Iberian Peninsula: the red Tempranillo. The tannic, oak-aged styles of this variety require a carefully customized glass designed to showcase their unique character.