Redefining Bar Essentials

Too many of our friends have succumbed to the disposable fashion mindset: buying “basic” glassware because it looks good, is less expensive, and is readily available at the mall. The problem? Looks can be deceiving. Dime-a-dozen glasses can shatter at the thought of a common toast (or a heavy-handed wash)—and ultimately cost you more in both dollars and social snafus. Where’s the savvy in that?

                                                                                       

Save yourself and your friends from the cycle of buying lesser barware. This holiday, invest in high quality, affordable pieces that stand the test of time.

 

Enter two new collections: the New Basics and the Classic Tailgate.

Now, “basic” doesn’t mean cheap or poorly made. Quite the contrary: It means essential—the pieces you are proud to entertain with, your go-to items. And since we’re talking about Clink, we mean the finest quality crystal and glass barware and glassware.

 

To help you build a timeless, tasteful bar, we curated the New Basics collection. It includes the essentials: fine quality, affordable wine glasses, barware, and serving pieces crafted for a lifetime of enjoyment. Because we believe that you should only have to buy items like these once.      

 

Whether you’re drawn to the radiance of fine crystal or the practicality of brilliantly crafted glass, you’ll find sets worth collecting. And when monogrammed, these pieces become a family keepsake. (In other words, they’re perfect for gift giving.)

 

To help elevate your at-home tailgates and game-watching experiences, we’ve curated the Classic Tailgate collection. We understand the need to serve craft beer from finely crafted glasses—to showcase the color and flavor of brews so that your guests feel respected (even as your team routs theirs).  

 

Owning Clink displays your good judgment—and your impeccable taste. And, if you follow us on Facebook, you’ll receive discounts on our entire collection for the holidays. Now that’s savvy.

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