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Glasses for Giftgiving

Glasses for Giftgiving
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1.Offer your favorite vintage dressed in this mod wine bag ($22), made of recycled fabric, from Aster + Sage of Providence, RI. 401-781-0035; asterandsage.com

2. Cocktails rock and martinis look marvelous in cool “Satin Frost” glassware ($32/set of four rocks glasses; $35/set of two martini glasses), from Angela Adams of Portland, ME. 800-255-9454; angelaadams.com

3. Wine breathes easy in Tsuga Studios’ clever rolling decanter ($160-$216). Designed and hand-blown in Chester, VT. 802-875-1825; tsugastudios.com

4. Mariposa’s “Vidrio” wine and cocktail glasses ($16-$21 each) look chic in amber and tortoise shades, but the fact that they’re made from recycled glass means they’re very green. Designed in Manchester, MA. 800-788-1304; mariposa-gift.com

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