Carafe no. 49

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Carafe no. 49 is a geometrically simple decanter handcrafted in hand-blown glass. The simple shape of a cylinder interrupted by a ball gives the carafe a sculptural expression that dresses the table - both for everyday life and parties.

The carafe's design invites several functions. The spacious cylinder of the neck acts as the carafe's handle, while being so open that the carafe can easily be filled with ice cubes, citrus fruits, a mint stalk or something else. The elegant, spherical center makes both the decanter and matching drinking glass suitable for wines that need to oxygenate and develop flavor nuances. The spherical drinking glass fits perfectly as a lid on the decanter. Stack two drinking glasses on top of the carafe and easily carry the set onto the table in one hand.

H 23 cm / D 13,5 cm

Carafe no. 49 can hold approximately 1200 ml and is intended for cold beverages only.

Carafe no. 49 is mouth-blown in colored glass, and as a result, there may be occasional air bubbles in the glass, and the intensity of the color may vary.

Carafe no. 49 is dishwasher safe when the following recommendations are followed: use a short washing program at a temperature below 60 degrees Celsius, without a drying program. Open the dishwasher door to allow water to evaporate and then dry the carafe with a kitchen towel. However, it is recommended to wash the glass by hand if you want to maintain its clarity.

When using descaling agents, we recommend using mild acids such as lemon or vinegar.

Rebecca Uth

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Based on original designs and good craftsmanship, we create high-quality products in natural materials, characterized by a high degree of functionality and tactility.

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Rebecca Uth

“People are the focal point of everything I do. I want to seduce, surprise and change people through objects. For me, design must relate to body and soul, and must be felt, tasted and seen - sometimes inexplicably and on an inaccessible level, other times just as an everyday wonder."

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