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Our Place is known for making kitchen essentials that are oh-so-versatile for the everyday—so maybe you’ll finally streamline your cramped cabinetry once and for all. Take its best-selling Perfect Pot (many of our editors have one on their stoves currently), ready to use as both a steamer for tamales or dumplings and to braise fennel or beef. But during the brand’s biggest sale of the year for Labor Day, we have our eye on an under-the-radar product from its roster: A set of four handmade, stackable drinking glasses is $37 (eight for $75) through September 7.

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I own a quartet in lush berry pink (which reads like a calming mauve in nice light), and they perfectly represent my three pillars of glassware excellence: durability, quality, and versatility.

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They’ve been substantial enough to survive many raucous dinner parties, where on one occasion, a slightly overserved guest knocked one right to the floor midspeech. It not only survived a full tabletop drop but was left shockingly untouched.

You can even mix and match colors in three different combinations. For example, as an ever-charming housewarming gift, I recently gave a friend a set of four that includes dawn, dusk, sunset, and clear. 

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Domino’s commerce content director, Liz Buxton—who owns a set of the stackable glassware in azul, a vibrant blue from Selena Gomez’s color edition—raves about them just the same for her kitchen.

“I am somewhat of a glassware hoarder—be it my grandmother’s amberware, cheap thrills from IKEA, or arguably overpriced handblown vessels, I don’t discriminate,” she says. She considers the Our Place glasses superior because they make it through dishwasher trips without dings and look as elegant holding table wine as they do OJ.

The whole site is currently 25 percent off, and the brand’s newest family members, the Mini Perfect Pot and Mini Always Pan, are a part of the deal, too.

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