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Best place for cheap, but not value, wine glasses for a gift?

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lucysmam Sun 23-Nov-14 18:25:39

My friend drinks wine from pint pots confused because she hasn't bothered to replace the ones that got broken...any suggestions for not too pricey, but still nice, ones that aren't value range?

poorbuthappy Sun 23-Nov-14 18:30:30

TK Maxx

Leeds2 Sun 23-Nov-14 18:31:22

I love my Ikea wine glasses!

MegBusset Sun 23-Nov-14 18:33:53

Ikea or Tiger

MegBusset Sun 23-Nov-14 18:34:43

Although I quite like the idea of a pint of wine grin

ShatnersBassoon Sun 23-Nov-14 18:35:46

Sainsburys usually have nice glasses.

LineRunner Sun 23-Nov-14 18:37:18

I have a lovely wine glass from Wilkinsons (Will I). £1.50. Bargain. The fact I haven't smashed it in nearly a year means it is also pretty robust.

Mummify Sun 23-Nov-14 18:47:52

Homesense, The Range or Dunelm x

fifi39 Sun 23-Nov-14 18:53:00

IKEA. Still have mine after 12 years!

ozymandiusking Sun 23-Nov-14 18:55:10

TK Max I have recently bought some Dartington crystal wine glasses.
They are plain very fine, and are dish washer proof!
About £12 for 4

storminabuttercup Sun 23-Nov-14 19:10:52

Next have those stumpy Jamie Oliver ones for 13 quid for 4. They are pretty robust too.

Havingabeer Sun 23-Nov-14 19:19:59

Supermarkets

Havingabeer Sun 23-Nov-14 19:20:11

Bhs!

FamiliesShareGerms Sun 23-Nov-14 19:21:27

M&S

lucysmam Sun 23-Nov-14 19:37:37

Lovely, lots of places to check out, thank you!

fustybritches Sun 23-Nov-14 19:46:08

www.traidcraftshop.co.uk/p-8133-buy-recycled-classic-wine-glasses-4-traidcraft-online-shop.aspx

Traid Craft make the most beautiful, weighty, get-lots-of-compliments recycled glasswear. £12 for 4 wine glasses, they make a great present.

lucysmam Sun 23-Nov-14 20:34:59

oooh, I like the look of those.

She tends to put them on the floor then either the dogs or her ds (usually rolling around with the dogs) knock them over. The stem fell off the last remaining one a few weeks ago while she was drinking from it confused

Thinking about it...maybe I ought to buy plastic ones grin

TwoNoisyBoys Sun 23-Nov-14 21:48:04

It might sound strange, but Morrisons do some lovely ones....I think they're £1.50 each or four for £4. They're really nice and not a tragedy if they get kicked over smile

lucysmam Sun 23-Nov-14 22:00:51

Four for £4 may be a winner. Not that I'm fussy but drinking wine from pint pots was a new experience grin & a little bit wrong.

I'll start with the easier to get to places, and work my way through them.

ChillySundays Sun 23-Nov-14 22:21:10

Next have those stumpy Jamie Oliver ones for 13 quid for 4. They are pretty robust too.

Saw stumpy Jamie Oliver one in Homesense. Sure they were under a tenner

lucysmam Sun 23-Nov-14 22:22:51

I don't think we have a Home Sense, will google and see.

ChillySundays Sun 23-Nov-14 23:42:42

It the homeware part of TkMaxx so there may be some some in TkMaxx. Home Sense is amazing - if you get a chance to have a look round. I have one within walking distance so I just have a wander down for something to do on a Sunday afternoon!

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