Mind-Blowing Glass Designs
“Eve” decanter from Riedel
“Morte” decanter by Esque Studio
“Cork” glass by Sebastian Bergne
At a solo exhibition of his work last year called Cru, the British artist Sebastian Bergne experimented with all manner of wine vessels, creating glasses and decanters inspired by his extensive cork collection. But the objects were all one-offs, made just for the show. The Bradburys contacted Bergne and persuaded him to produce a line for Clo, like this glass, which uses a wine cork as the stem. From $100; sebastianbergne.com.
“Heart” vase by Antonio Cos
Inspired by the classic Bordeaux bottle shape, with sides that are straight instead of curved, the Milan-based Cos introduced a series of houseware items, such as vases and rolling pins, made with recycled Bordeaux bottles. This vase consists of two fused bottles and can rest on any stand (like the rectangular vase shown here); flowers go in the necks. $125; antoniocos.com.