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3 of the Best: Decadent Decanters by London Designers

Channel the cocktail culture of the 1920s with a stylish bar car populated by stylish decanters, from the contemporary to the traditional, as chosen by interiors expert Kara O’Reilly

Richard Brendon has partnered with Gleneagles to develop the new hand-crafted crystal collection, Fluted, which draws inspiration from the decadent cocktail culture of the 1920s. The collection takes its name from the delicately placed fluted cuts that run the length of each piece. Each piece is mouth-blown by master craftsmen in Bohemia to ensure the crystal is of the highest standard. Fluted crystal decanter, £235, richardbrendon.com

You’ll find Barewell cut crystal in all of the Soho Houses, from Babington to Berlin. With a hand-etched pattern inspired by vintage wallpaper, the range was named after the Barwell Barn at Soho Farmhouse. The deep etchings catch light on a bar cart, transforming your spirits collection into an eye-catching display. Get the look at home with the Barwell cut-crystal decanter, from £100, sohohome.com

Created through a technically demanding fusion of clear and solid black glass, the Tank decanter and tumbler set by Tom Dixon is mouth-blown into gradations of black and smoky silhouettes timeless table top architecture. Offered as an exclusive gift set, the Whiskey collection is created for the purveyor of fine drinks. In Black, Tank sets a mysterious and indulgent tone to the ritual of winter gifts. Tank mouth-blown decanter, £110 (with two matching tumblers), tomdixon.net


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