Used in fine hotels and resorts worldwide, Schott Zwiesel’s glassware is as durable as it is dashing: beneath the clean, sculptural lines, each piece possesses strength and solidity of construction. Translation? You don’t have to baby this glassware, and it’ll stand up to hundreds of stints in the dishwasher. And remember: Wine glasses, champagne flutes, decanters, and all-purpose goblets are the markings of a well-stocked bar.
When your craft dates back to the Middle Ages, it’s hard to escape the weight of history. But that hasn’t stopped Luigi Bormioli from innovating the art of glassmaking. Since setting up shop in 1946 in Parma, Italy, this family-owned company has made products that respect the past yet also focus on the needs of users today, particularly in regard to the strength, clarity, and affordability of the glass. Bormioli’s lead-free wine glasses, carafes, tumblers, and more — with design flourishes inspired by Renaissance painters — are always simple and elegant.
Stock your kitchen and bar with these timeless styles. Schott Zwiesel’s glassware is dashing and durable, a hybrid of clean, sculptural lines and industrial-strength glass. You needn’t fuss over these goblets and flutes: They’ll endure hundreds of stints on your table and inside the dishwasher. Complete your table with Fortessa's sleek, sophisticated dinnerware, flatware, and cutlery.
Sleek design and stellar quality combine effortlessly in BergHOFF’s tableware and drinkware. From to sculptural utensils to sleek glasses, they’ll set your table in high style.
Since 1946, this Parma, Italy–based company has produced hand-blown stemware that both respects and improves the art of glassmaking. Bormioli's secret is its proprietary lead-free crystal, which renders its pieces not only strong and clear, but also elegant and dishwasher-safe. Take your choice of barware in a range of sizes and shapes.