barware

noun
bar·​ware | \ˈbär-ˌwer \

Definition of barware 

: glassware or utensils used in preparing and serving alcoholic beverages

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This classic mobile furnishing on wheels was designed to hold an array of beverages, barware, stemware, and all the accoutrements to serve a guest—or yourself—a drink. Wendy Manwarren Generes, Country Living, "Not Just for Cocktails: 4 Inventive New Uses for a Bar Cart," 25 Feb. 2014 The line has all of those delicious design details that give the Soho House its character, from elegant barware to sleek bedding — and the prices range from $8 to $400. Sara Tardiff, ELLE Decor, "Soho Home Is Finally Available In The U.S. And You Can Only Get It At Anthropologie," 10 Nov. 2017 Inside the shop, amidst marble floors and murals of the French countryside, oak shelves boast craft liquors, cocktail books, and barware to inspire at-home mixology. Marie Salcido, Sunset, "We’re Crushing on This Art Nouveau-Style Speakeasy," 22 Jan. 2018 And two years ago, DeGeneres introduced her own lifestyle and fashion brand, ED Ellen DeGeneres, offering bedding, barware and home accessories. Catherine Hong, ELLE Decor, "Ellen Degeneres Expands Her Home Brand Line With Stunning New Collections," 6 Mar. 2017 Tents throughout the yard will have a large selection of kitchen and craft items, toys, games, sporting goods, tools and electronics, plus lawn and garden and picnic items, wooden spoons, vintage barware, costume jewelry and more. Carol Kovach, cleveland.com, "Lakewood Historical Society's Sale on the Grounds returns May 5-6: A Place in the Sun," 1 May 2018 When cast in a pebbled pattern, frosted glass barware feels new again. Danielle Blundell, ELLE Decor, "5 Spring Trends to Spruce Up Your Space," 9 Apr. 2018 His ceremonial-grade matcha with yuzu is shaken in a cocktail shaker, and his dry matcha and soda stirred in glass barware. Jean Trinh, Los Angeles Magazine, "A Sneak Peek at the Cocktail-Inspired Coffee Drinks Coming to Koreatown," 30 Mar. 2018 Long known as a supplier of workhorse barware to saloons around the country, Cocktail Kingdom is now showing that its design sense puts it on par with some of our favorite home designers. Sam Dangremond, Town & Country, "Copper Is King," 7 May 2014

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First Known Use of barware

1866, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of barware was in 1866

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