French decorative-arts student Stéphanie Balini’s “Damoiselles” wine glasses won a national design-industry contest for their deft use of engraving and other glassmaking techniques. Her prize: a limited-edition run by Baccarat ($2,500 for a set of four; baccarat.com).
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