Brass Oil Decanter
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A smooth pour.
At first glance, the spout and body of this hand-tarnished, solid brass decanter seem to be completely detached from one another. But begin to pour (keep your finger on its top), and it’s like the oil moves magically from the body and smoothly out of the sleek, gooseneck spout. We foresee ourselves performing this little magic trick several times a day with our favorite olive oil and on bright, peppery salads, like this Dandelion Greens Salad.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
2.5" in diameter (4" W with spout) x 8.75" H, holds approx. 10 ounces
Care & Notes -
Wash with dishsoap and water, dry immediately.
Meet the Maker
Christopher Gentner takes ordinary objects like dustpans and bottle openers and turns them into our new favorite pieces of home decor. His original line of furniture and objects is rooted in metal, but also incorporates other natural materials like leather, wood, and glass for one-of-a-kind pieces for the home.View Full Profile
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