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10 Gorgeous Vintage-Style Glassware Sets We Love

This vintage-style glassware is a kitchen time machine, bringing you back to delightful days-gone-by.

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Set of 12-11 oz Glass Bottles with Lidsvia

Milk-Bottle Drinking Glasses

Whether or not you remember milk being delivered right to your door in iconic glass bottles, this set of 12 milk bottles ($22) is adorable and fun not only for serving milk but shakes and smoothies, too. Bonus: They come with reusable straws and metal lids!

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Libbey Speakeasy Coupe Glass 7 oz - 4 Pack w/ Pourervia

Speakeasy Coupe Glasses

Coupe glasses, also known as “champagne saucers” or “champagne coupes” were designed (as you can probably guess!) for champagne. This set of coupe glasses ($27) is inspired by 1930s stemware. Since most contemporary champagne glasses are tall and thin, these have a very retro feel. Love champagne? Try one of these champagne cocktail recipes.

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Duralex CC1/18 Made In France Picardie 18-Piece Clear Drinking Glasses & Tumbler Setvia

Duralex Picardie Tumblers

This set of 18 tumblers in various sizes ($60) is made by Duralex, a French glassware manufacturer, and the design is completely iconic. It’s also very sturdy and chip-resistant. Although it’s called “Picardie,” it’s more commonly known as the “Original French Tumbler.”

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Charles Butterworth 1937 Martini Glass (Gift Box Set of 2)via

1937 Martini Glasses

This set of Charles Butterworth martini glasses ($25) was designed to have a 1930s feel, like a column from a vintage luxury hotel. They should add a touch of the past to any martini. But you can also use them as dessert glasses for some of our favorite parfait recipes.

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Libbey County Fair 16.5-Ounce Drinking Jar with Handle, Set of 12via

County Fair Drinking Jars

This set of “drinking jars” ($30) is stamped a handsome rooster and the words “County Fair Drinking Jar.” You can screw on a lid or use a straw, and while it’s perfect for any beverage, we think it’s basically calling out for sweet tea! Here are the secrets for making sweet tea that only Southerners know.

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Whisky Glassesvia

Classic Whiskey Glasses

Enjoy your whiskey-based cocktails in an old-fashioned “old-fashioned” glass. This set of six Scotch glasses ($50) will imbue every drink with vintage style and retro-refinement. A classic glass deserves a classic cocktail like this brandy old-fashioned.

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Fleur De Lys Azure Juice Glass 4-Piece Set, 10 Ouncevia

European-Inspired Juice Glasses

This set of 10-ounce juice glasses ($28) with a shadowy hue and a stunning vintage pattern is the perfect size to serve juice (as well as water and cocktails).

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The Pioneer Woman Adeline 16-Ounce Emboss Glass Tumblers, Set of 4 (Turquoise)via

Adeline Glass Tumblers

The Pioneer Woman has some pretty gorgeous cookware, so it’s no surprise we’re loving Ree Drummond’s glassware, too. This set of embossed tumblers ($25) has a retro ranch-inspired design and beautiful turquoise color that will make even a simple glass of water look elegant and stylish.

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General Store by Gibson Embossed Glass 12 oz Milk Shake Glass (4 Pack), Clearvia

Soda Fountain Glasses

There’s no better way to enjoy a super-thick milkshake than in one of these vintage milkshake glasses. This set of four tall glasses ($14) looks exactly like old-fashioned “soda shoppe” glasses. It’s a vintage design that works perfectly in the modern world! Psst… Here’s how to make a milkshake.

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Trestle Glasses Collection, (Set of 4), Clearvia

Fitz and Floyd Trestle Glasses

This set of 12-ounce glasses ($44) is part of Fitz and Floyd’s classic Trestle collection. Fitz and Floyd has also designed a tea service for Queen Elizabeth II and presidential dinnerware for the White House, but we think the Trestle glasses would look best in our own kitchens.

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Lauren Cahn
Lauren Cahn is a New York-based writer whose work has appeared regularly in The Huffington Post as well as a variety of other publications since 2008 on such topics as life and style, popular culture, law, religion, health, fitness, yoga, entertaining and entertainment. She is also a writer of crime fiction; her first full-length manuscript, The Trust Game, was short-listed for the 2017 CLUE Award for emerging talent in the genre of suspense fiction.