Host's Guide Summer 2010: Barware: Martini

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    Photo by Cordero Studios/ corderostudios.com
  • Christy Grosz

A Bollen triple-stem martini glass ($185) on gold leaves coasters ($8 each) from TableArt; a Steuben Tortoise martini glass ($160); a William Yeoward crystal Jerry cocktail shaker ($895) from Gearys; a Theresienthal Newport martini glass ($165), a Mary Jurek Luna bowl ($35), and a Georg Jensen Bartender Series cocktail shaker ($210), all from TableArt; a Sandra Jordan–designed Windsor jigger ($75) from Gearys with horn martini picks ($75, set of 6) from TableArt and Laura Walls Taylor–designed white porcelain rose-stem swizzle sticks ($15 each) from Zelen. Mary Jurek Laguna Free Form tray ($235) from TableArt.

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