Budget Basics: The Best Beautiful Wine Glasses Under $10

Budget Basics: The Best Beautiful Wine Glasses Under $10

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Nancy Mitchell
Feb 29, 2016
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Wine glasses are a lovely thing to have around, whether you're enjoying a glass while watching your favorite TV show or hosting a dinner party for 12 people. But this kind of glassware can also be very delicate — I can't count the number of times I've broken a glass while washing dishes, or just by setting one on the countertop a little too vigorously. It makes sense, especially if you entertain a lot and don't want to stress about little accidents, to opt for wine glasses that are inexpensive and easily replaced. Fortunately, there are plenty of lovely options that can be had for less than ten dollars apeice.

Above: Hip red wine glass, $6.95 from Crate and Barrel

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Luigi Bormioli red wine glasses, $34.99 for a set of 4 from Target

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Oregon big white wine glass, $6.95 from Crate and Barrel

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Pour balloon wine glass, $6.95 from CB2

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Open kitchen red wine glasses, $24 for a set of 4 from Williams-Sonoma

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Viv big red wine glass, $4.95 from Crate and Barrel

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Nattie red wine glass, $3.95 from Crate and Barrel and the 20 oz. glasses are currently on clearance for $1.97.

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Ivrig red wine glass, $2.99 from IKEA

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Hederlig red wine glass, $1.99 from IKEA

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Everyday wine glasses, $11.99 for a set of 12 from Target

Re-edited from a post originally published 10.5.15

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