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Tips for Selecting Glassware
The following are some tips for selecting glassware.

Tip #1: Select Glassware That’s Appropriate for the Occasion
Everyday glassware does not need to be anything special, especially if you have younger children. Basic highball glasses are a common choice for regular use. They have straight sides and typically hold 8 to 12 ounces of liquid. Special occasions may call for crystal glassware. If you cannot afford crystal drinking vessels for all of your guests, a crystal vase or bowl can still add an elegant touch to any surface. Glassware comes in all shapes, sizes, and patterns, so you are free to match your glassware to the rest of your decor. When purchasing tableware, remember to purchase extra in case one breaks.

Tip #2: Know the Recommended Glass for Your Drink
While mixed drinks can be served in anything from a mason jar to a hurricane glass, particular glassware is recommended for certain kinds of alcohol. Wine glasses and champagne glasses are the most common dedicated glassware, but other liquids, like brandy and sherry, also have specific glassware. These drinking vessels are specially designed to enhance the aroma and taste of the liquid, so having the appropriate glassware will only enhance the experience.

Tip #3: Handle Your Glassware with Care
A delicate champagne glass will require gentler handling than a hardy beer mug, but all bar glasses should still be properly cared for. Hand washing your glassware is highly recommended. Use a small amount of unscented soap, when necessary. Some tableware will survive a trip through the dishwasher, but don’t put your glassware in with other soiled dishes. Some crystal or blown glass creations should never go near a dishwasher. Finally, some fine crystal does contain lead. Liquids should never be stored in leaded glassware, as this may cause lead to absorb into the liquid.

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Wholesale glassware is an industry that deals with stores and business owners, rather than the customer directly. The wholesale market produces all types of glassware, from handmade, painted wine glasses, to regular drinking ones. These products and items are usually produced in bulk quantities, and then sold at discount prices to home goods stores. However, some specialized companies sell personalized champagne glasses, etched dishware, and hand-blown cocktail sets. Some companies even sell their customized crystal glasses, decorative tinted products, and more directly on their website, making it cheaper than the products available in the stores.

One essential person in the wholesale glassware industry is the glassblower. Glassblowing does not require a specific degree, but it does require a great deal of manual labor and extensive training. Most glass blowers serve in some type of apprenticeship, learning how to make decorative figurines, tinting, and even how to paint the glass. Not all of these experts work for a larger company, though. Some operate their own private business.

Employees working the floor of a glass manufacturing company are also important. For the products that do not need the specialized skill of a glassblower to be produced, like pitchers made from recycled materials, or fake crystal plates, these people are essential. They ensure that the stems on the wine glasses are not broken as they go down the line, and the cheaper sets do not have any cracks in them. All of these people work hard to bring customers beautiful pieces of art, functional dish sets, and even plain drinking glasses.