Sunday, October 28, 2007

"There comes a time in every woman's life when the only thing that helps is a glass of champagne." - Bette Davis

Lift your spirits in style.

Josef Hoffman's Patrician champagne flute, designed in 1917, is timeless in it's elegance and beauty. As far as shapes go in the champagne world, this one wins.

Kate Spade's Belle Boulevard flute is perfect for the modern fancy lady.

Vera Wang's Love Knot champagne flute.

Ted Muehling's Tortoise champagne flute has gorgeous proportions and a nice heavy weight to it. The cut glass in this collection is even more beautiful in person.

Deborah Ehrlich's deceptively Simple champagne flute.

I love the clear and colored glass combination on this flute from Anthropologie.

Tiffany's Daisy flute is adorable.

This set of four flutes from Brocade Home are beautifully etched and affordable!


CircleALine said...

I like the Josef Hoffman and Deborah Ehrlich glasses the best. I know it's a little tired, but I also like these:

I have these and the shape is actually more graceful than it appears on the site.

SM said...

The short ones like Josef Hoffman's Patrician champagne flute aren't the best for the bubbly, but the most interesting. They were based off a chalise Marie Antoinette had made in the shape of her boob. She loved Champagne so much, and most likely her dirty pillows as well, and you get the picture...