Nouveau Spring 2020: Glassware – Vivacious Vessels

Unique, performance driven glassware with intricate details, designs, colors and features will be a highlight among the introductions that make their debut this spring. Specialty glassware, be it for wine, spirits, beer or even tea, have all emerged as frontrunners for catching the eyes of the consumer.

Arc’s Folium sprayed and decorated glassware elevates the drinkware experience with on-trend hues and a leaf motif. It is available in 11.5-ounce OTR, 15.5-ounce cooler and 17-ounce stemless wine style. Colors include dusty rose, evening blue and toasted amber.
Cuisivin’s Velour collection adds a velvety-soft finish to an assortment of specialty glassware and tabletop. Each item features a unique sensual warmth and comfort feel.
The JoyJolt Aqua Vitae collection is constructed of a hybrid of crystal and glass with a unique off-base design. It is available in four different shape variations and are finished with a glass technique called fire-edging.
With their unique shape, Epare’s set of two Turkish teacups bring a global feel to tea. The double-wall teacups each have a 6-ounce capacity and are made of hand-blown borosilicate glass. They are also designed to withstand thermal shock.
The Arc Broadway Vintage collection gives a nod to the cocktail culture of yesteryear with intricate cut patterns. The assortment is available in 12-ounce highball, 10.5-ounce OTR, 19.5-ounce stemmed cocktail, 7-ounce martini and 8.25-ounce coupe cocktail.
Nude Glass’ new Rock & Pop glass assortment is inspired by the disruptive nature of rock, pop and punk culture, The Finesse high ball and whiskey glasses feature bold pops of color and graphics reminiscent of graffiti and tattoo art, designed to give the collection an edge.
LSA is bringing a sophisticated touch to its drink-specific glassware assortment with the Borough collection. Included is a variety of 17 pieces of drinkware for beer, wine and cocktails, that feature flat feet, fine stems and proportioned bowls.
The Duralex Jazz glass takes cues from the styles and décor of the early Jazz era. The glass features vintage-styled, vertical ribs that are designed to naturally play with light. The tempered glass is made to withstand heavy duty use and to remain crystal clear.