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Inexpensive Glassware for the Thanksgiving Table

NEW YORK — Don’t even think of plastic glassware for Thanksgiving dinner. If your head count exceeds your glass count for this or any other coming celebration, the new line of stemware from Korin, the company that specializes in Japanese knives and utensils, could help. The glasses, in two designs and multiple sizes, are $3.99 each. At that price, you can even buy Champagne flutes and classic martini glasses. They are said to be “break resistant,” though we did not put that claim to the test. But the glasses are dishwasher-safe.

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Inexpensive Glassware for the Thanksgiving Table
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Florence Fabricant
, New York Times

NEW YORK — Don’t even think of plastic glassware for Thanksgiving dinner. If your head count exceeds your glass count for this or any other coming celebration, the new line of stemware from Korin, the company that specializes in Japanese knives and utensils, could help. The glasses, in two designs and multiple sizes, are $3.99 each. At that price, you can even buy Champagne flutes and classic martini glasses. They are said to be “break resistant,” though we did not put that claim to the test. But the glasses are dishwasher-safe.

Korin, 57 Warren St., New York, N.Y., 800-626-2172, korin.com/barware.

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