Dinner Party Glassware Transform your next dinner party from dull and dry to dazzling and decadent with our glassware edit. Whether you’re serving Champagne, martinis or gin on the rocks, make your summer soiree to the epitome of elegance and bring all the glamour of a cocktail bar to your very own dinner table. Best for a sophisticated splash of colour: Tapio Ombre Champagne Flutes and High Balls, £28 The GT Factor: We love the soft and subtle hues of these glasses – they’re fun, yet tasteful. Mix and match for a varied colour scheme or stick with one for a uniform theme. Best for fine dining: Linley Somerset Champagne Flutes, £130. The GT Factor: With teardrop cuts that’ll glimmer in the light and ooze jewel-like elegance, these glasses are the height of sophistication. Mouth-blown and hand formed by skilled craftsmen, each piece has a delicate flared rim that exudes simple luxury. Best for a contemporary table setting: Tank Set High Balls by Tom Dixon, £55 The GT Factor: Make a statement with these heavy high ball glasses that are perfect for light refreshments and cocktails. The gold base adds shine and luxury. Match it with a few gold table decorations for subtle glamour. Best for smart sophistication: Polka Glassware Metallics by LSA International, £28 The GT Factor: Beautifully finished with hand-applied pearl and metallic lustres, these sophisticated glasses by LSA have an iridescent glaze painted by artisan glassworkers to beautifully catch and reflect light. Best for gold trimmed elegance: Edge Glassware, £40 The GT Factor: Edged with rose gold, this collection of handmade glassware is inspired by the geometric shapes and opulent metallic of the Art Deco era. We love the elegant tall stems and rose gold bands encircling the base and sides. Best for creative cocktails: Lulu Cocktail Glasses, £40. The GT Factor: Part of a collection of four glasses which include a martini, cylinder, classic and the contemporary coupe (above) this range of cocktail glasses from LSA are a must-have for any cocktail party. The artisan glass blowers skills shine through in its delicate clean cut design. Best for classic drinkers: Atalanta Martini Glass from William Yeoward Crystal, £85. The GT Factor: A modern piece of elegance from William Yeoward Crystal. The classic Martini glass is reinvented by a modern design, embossed with dazzling circular lines and handmade with the finest crystal. Best for exquisite celebrations: Versace for Rosenthal Medusa Lumiere Cocktail Glass, £142.00 The GT Factor: With fine detailing on the stem and delicately cut glass, the exquisite design of this Versace for Rosenthal crystal cocktail glass is guaranteed to impress your guests and bring elegance to your dinner party. Best for a summery, colourful ‘tablescape’: Set of four Pastel Polka Wine Glasses, £30 The GT Factor: Painted by artisan glassworkers, these fabulous glasses come in four classic pastel hues. With an alluring charm and grace, these glasses will transform those garden party drinks into something a little more special.