The fact that you can play music using wine glasses isn’t a new thing. However, not everyone can tune an instrument by ear, not to mention a wine glass! If this is the case, then you might wanna take a look at these Musical Wine Glasses from UncommonGoods.

“The etchings on the glasses are musical notations that correspond to the level of the liquid. When the user drinks to D for example, he or she may run a finger along the rim of the glass to create its lush, sonorous note. Or, for the more percussive partier, the same note will ring out with a gentle rap of his or her utensil on the side of the glass. From rounds of “Row, row, row your boat” to more ambitious orchestrations, you’re sure to strike a chord with the guests at your next soiree with this pair that covers a full 12 note octave from A flat to G. Made in Austria from lead-free crystal.”

Website: uncommongoods.com

The set of two Musical Wine Glasses cost a whopping $65, and if you want to play something like shown in the video below you can end up spending upwards of $1500.

For more creative wine glasses, be sure to check out these 28 Cool Gift Ideas for Wine Lovers.