High-quality European crystal is durable and elegant. Versatile design is great for special occasions or everyday use. Made by a brand trusted for quality products. Dishwasher safe.
Some don't love the narrow mouth of these glasses.
Highball glasses come in a large set of 10, perfect for families. Fun bubble design is appealing to kids and adults. The bubbles face inward, so the outside of the glass is smooth and comfortable to hold. Glass is thick and clear. Glasses stack on top of each other for storage.
Glasses are lighter than they look.
Crystalline glass is clear with a quality shine. The diamond pattern is eye-catching and doubles as a solid grip for the glass. Base of the glass is heavy with durable, thick sides. Enjoy trusted Waterford brand glasses at much lower cost. Glasses hold 14 ounces. Comes in a set of 4.
Glasses are not real cut crystal so they have a thin seam.
Glasses are tall, sleek, and modern-looking. The mouth of the glass is an ideal size for drinking. Glasses have a solid, heavy base that feels made to last. Glass quality is clear. Glasses hold up to 13 ounces. Comes in a set of 6.
Glasses are a little on the thin side. Hand washing might be best.
Glasses are thin, but durable and dishwasher-safe. Width of the glasses is comfortable to hold. The classic, simplistic design works well for both formal and casual events. Rim of the glass is smooth. Glasses are backed by a lifetime warranty.
Mouth of glass is quite narrow.
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Highball glasses typically range between 8 oz. and 15 oz. These exceptionally tall glasses are commonly used for cocktails that are served with a large amount of mix and ice. However, they make excellent everyday drinking glasses as well. As is the case with most glassware, you want to find a highball glass with a bit of weight to it. Many consider the highball and Collins glasses to be the same. The Collins style glasses are typically more narrow than a highball glass, but they are otherwise interchangeable.