13° 60° 104°
Mouth-blown and free formed by hand in the UK, without the use of moulds.
The title 13° 60° 104° refers to the three possible angles at which the decanter can sit. Placed at 13 degrees, the decanter begins the evening ‘sober’. As the drinking progresses, sitting at 60 degrees the decanter is a little tipsy. At the end of the evening, it sits at a drunken 104 degrees. The three angles represent standard wine measures. The upright position measures a magnum, the middle position holds a single bottle of wine and the downward position informs that the decanter could use a refill.
White wine decanters - photographed by John R Ward. Art direction by Arno Maasdorp.
|0.75 litre||Diameter 170mm||£449|