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Say it with Glass 

For a stand-out wedding gift, glass is a clear (or frosted) winner

Photos by Eugenia Uhl

This one-of-a-kind decorative bowl, $175, by Juli Juneau, one of 19 glass artists working at the New Orleans Creative Glass Institute (3924B Conti St., 482-6003; www.nocgi.org), has a playful mix of warm and cool tones.
The stripe is right in this curvaceously cool Todd McClure piece with a matte finish, $1,800, at Royal Cameo Glass (322 Royal St., 522-7840; www.royalcameo.com).
Boasting one of the city's most complete bridal registries, Adler's (722 Canal St., 523-5292; www.adlersjewelry.com) has glassware galore, including these colorful pieces: a St. Louis Cosmos green hock wine glass, $430, a Baccarat Vega Flutissimo topaz champagne flute, $195, and a Christofle Roemer Bleu Rhine wine glass, $175.
Shades of cool aqua and olive green radiate from a red-orange base in this textured cut glass vase, $39, at Eclectic Home (8133 Oak St., 866-6654; www.eclectichome.net).
Appropriately whimsical and very affordable, this waved frosted-glass bowl, $36, from Udwell (2101 Magazine St., 309-2503) adds a fresh splash of color to any tabletop.
A clear glass pitcher is a staple, but a pour from a tinted pitcher — like this one in moss green by William Yeoward, $133, at Friend and Co. (7713 Maple St., 865-1100; www.friendandcompany.com) — is somehow more refreshing.
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