Win a Pair of Spooky Skeleton Hand Martini Glasses

It’s never too early to prep for your festive fall gatherings, whether it’s a Halloween-themed costume ball or a Dia de los Muertos party. To celebrate this sentiment, today we’re giving away five pairs of our Skeleton Hand Martini Glasses.



These martini glasses featureย polished metal bones that frame the base and sides of the glass martini cup, and then taper to a round metal base.


For a chance to win, simply fill out the form below (official rules found here). And be sure to let us know what type of brew you’d serve in it.

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Last year we made “blood” martinis for our party – the martinis were actually chocolate raspberry martinis and I mixed some raspberry puree with corn starch and dipped the rim of the glasses in it – it made a nice bloody drizzle down the sides of the glasses. But I didn’t have really fun glasses like these – I had to use regular (boring) martini glasses! These would be so much more fun!

These glasses would look great with our ginger martini! Vodka, lime, and homemade ginger simple syrup with a candied ginger slice for garnish! So yummy and these glasses are just great for Halloween! ๐Ÿ™‚

I LOVE these. I have a Halloween party every year and this year we will be combining our Halloween party with our 30th wedding anniversary. These would be great for me and my husband to use. <3

I’d make *Ghostbuster* martinis …

No ghosts in this house, at least not tonight. The Ghostbuster is a fun, simple, neat cocktail that is full of wonderful flavors. The drops of Irish cream create a ghost-like figure in the middle of the glass. A great novelty for Halloween.

1 oz peach schnapps
1 oz melon liqueur
3-5 drops of Irish cream liqueur

1. Pour the peach schnapps and melon liqueur into a cocktail shaker with ice.
2. Shake well.
3. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
4. Add the Irish cream drop by drop into the center of the drink.

I love Pottery Barn. Have a lot of furnishing from them and enjoy my purchases one way or another. You keep style simple but elegant which fits into my home decor.

My go-to for our annual Halloween festivities are lychee martinis. I garnish each glass with lychees that are handstuffed with red gummy worm bits and then dipped in strawberry jelly to make each one look like a frightened eyeball. Always a spooky crowd pleaser! They would like absolutely perfect in these glasses!

We recently served up spooky cocktails for goth-themed birthday party, and they would have looked fabulous in these. They were called “Corpse Revivers” and featured gin, absinthe, Lillet blanc, garnished with a cherry. Delish!

These are perfect for the special celebration I am planning for our 1st date anniversary which was on Halloween. We have since been married for almost 31 years.

I would absolutely love these Halloween martini glasses. Halloween is by far my favorite holiday and the drink I would serve in this would be a pumpkin pie martini!

I would serve a Vampire Kiss Martini in these glasses

recipe below!

1 part raspberry liqueur (I use Chambord)
1 part vodka, (Absolut)
1 part Champagne, (I personally like Korbel)

Looking forward to have this beautiful pair of martini glasses for my honey and me on my birthday in October. Cheers! ๐Ÿ™‚



2 oz black vodka
.5 oz Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur
2 oz blackberry or grape juice
black licorice and sugar for garnish (optional)

Combine all ingredients in an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake well and strain into a sugar-rimmed martini glass. Garnish with black licorice and add a plastic black spider to the stem of the martini glass.

I would serve a mango margarita! These classics are a classic look for a Halloween party or a quiet drink with someone you would like to spend time with on the spookiest night of the year.

I would serve a Jack-o-Drop cocktail: pumpkin pie vodka, citrus vodka, fresh lemon sour, and OJ. Maybe line the rim with graham cracker crust…delicious and simply elegant in those glasses!!

Blood orange margarita above looks pretty awesome!!! I think I would go with that!!! Give it a cool name like blood spewrita!

I would serve Boo Beverages – 1 cup of orange juice, 1 cup of milk, 1 pint of orange sherbet, 2 ripe bananas, 1 cup whipped cream, 4 miniature semisweet chocolate chips (mix ingredients, leaving whipped cream to make ghosts that sit on top and the chocolate chips are the eyes). Non-alcoholic means my husband and I can share this sweet treat and the fun glasses with our son. Halloween is a family affair, after all ๐Ÿ™‚

Wow! These Skeleton Hand Martini Glasses are BEAUTIES! Sure to be conversation starters at any party any time of the year! Thank you for the opportunity to win them Pottery Barn!!!

definitly something with ghoulish garnish….maybe an eyeball made with fruit. Green with a dry champagne to make it look like witches brew bubbling. Key Lime comes to mind.

These glasses are fantastic and I’d love to win a set of them! Thanks for this opportunity. Just love love love PB!! I would make/serve either blood orange martinis or even peach martinis.

I love these so much! Would use them all the time. And I know my bf would too! Maybe would give them to him as a present if I can manage the thought of letting them go.

I would actually serve a desert in these…probably some pistachio green pudding with oreo crumbles on top…dressed up with gummy worms and spiders!

Blood Orange Martinis, and my annual party drink “Vampire Martinis”…Vodka, Raspberry Liqueur, Champagne, complete with wax vampire teeth! They’re always a hit at my party!

Black Martini
vodka or gin. Combine three and a half ounces of either gin or vodka with half an ounce of blackberry brandy and some ice. Shake and strain. Garnish with a black olive.

Melon martini; icec ream topped with maple syrup; chocatini, and anything else that I could savour and enjoy ๐Ÿ™‚

There is no end of drinks to serve in these glasses! I have found a bar tender nearby who is very inventive, I might even take them with me and have him serve his concoctions in them (oh the jealous people sitting nearby!).

I have found a bar tender nearby who is very inventive, I might even take them with me and have him serve his concoctions in them (oh the jealous people sitting nearby!).

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