GLASS VESSELS

July 17, 2014 / OLD news posts

Useful and beautiful: our favourite versatile glassware

  • ‘Night Owl’ decanter by Karen Feldman for Artel, £135, Harlequin Tabletop (harlequintabletop.com)

    ‘Night Owl’ decanter by Karen Feldman for Artel, £135, Harlequin Tabletop (harlequintabletop.com)

  • ‘Elements’ glass by Scholten & Baijings, from £130, J Hill’s Standard (hillsstandard.com).

    ‘Elements’ glass by Scholten & Baijings, from £130, J Hill’s Standard (hillsstandard.com).

  • ‘3220’ crystal glass vessel by Moser, £6,099, Lewis Wark (lewiswarkinternational.co.uk)

    ‘3220’ crystal glass vessel by Moser, £6,099, Lewis Wark (lewiswarkinternational.co.uk)

  • ‘Titus’ glass vases by Jaime Hayon, from £400 each, Paola C (paolac.com)

    ‘Titus’ glass vases by Jaime Hayon, from £400 each, Paola C (paolac.com)

  • ‘Variations’ glasses by Patricia Urquiola, from £115 each, Baccarat (uk.baccarat.com)

    ‘Variations’ glasses by Patricia Urquiola, from £115 each, Baccarat (uk.baccarat.com)

The latest glass vessels are as versatile as they are beautiful, doubling as functional tableware and striking decorative pieces. Here are our favourites

Compiled by Hannah Bort