Carafes
Carafes
Elevating the experience of serving wine, water and other beverages, Luminaire's selection of carafes are infused with unexpected design and functionality. From the remarkably formed, mouth blown glass Fia Carafe by Nina Jobs, to the distinctive modernism of Jakob Wagner's Water Carafe with Smart Lid, every vessel is carefully considered to provide exceptional function and design.

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/images/products/thumbs/1258.jpg Light, transparent and pure, the elegant Bambus Glass Carafe references the relaxing and meditative bamboo of Zen gardens and the primary element of water to create a thoroughly functional, yet harmonious item. Hand blown in Italy, the set comprises a carafe and drinking glass. Perfect for use at your dining table or bedside table. Bambus Glass Carafe Sottovoce
/images/products/thumbs/1056.jpg Sleek and ethereal, the Boccia Glass Jug is reminiscent of something out of a chemistry experiment. Boccia Glass Jug Zaven
/images/products/thumbs/1260.jpg The modern and playful Caipirinha Pitcher is the work of Japanese-Italian studio Mist-O. The delicately tinted vessel is a remarkable combination of multiple stacked color blocks, which makes it appear as if it has liquid in it already. Caipirinha Pitcher MIST-O
/images/products/thumbs/445.jpg Playful and engaging, Claudio Colucci's Carafe Un Verre offers a unique take on the classic wine jug. As if placed by magic inside the container, a wine glass rises from the base to create an interesting sight. Depending on how you fill it, the carafe's inner glass may look as if it is full or, make it fuller and watch the glass become submerged. Carafe Un Verre Claudio Colucci
/images/products/thumbs/1243.jpg The Cin Cin Crystal Glassware designed by Belgian artist Klaar Prims captivates with its simple and modern design. A result of centuries old glassmaking tradition, the delicate yet durable glass is mouth blown and hand-finished. Cin Cin Crystal Glassware Klaar Prims
/images/products/thumbs/649.jpg Norm's Menu Cool Breather is an ingenious carafe that does for white wine what has long been considered an absolute must-do for red wine. This revolutionary innovation from Menu aerates and opens up the wine, accelerating the aroma experience and upgrading the taste sensation in one swift process. Cool Breather Carafe Norm
/images/products/thumbs/492.jpg Inspired by the archetypal bottle form, Andreas Engesvik's Corky Carafe is a straightforward combination of glass and cork that functions equally as well as a wine carafe, water jug or even a milk bottle. Corky Carafe Andreas Engesvik
/images/products/thumbs/536.jpg Laurence Brabant's Decales collection of glassware combines specialized glass-blowing techniques with witty design while remaining highly functional. Adding intrigue and delight to the tabletop, the Decales Carafe features an expressive form that bridges art and design. Decales Carafe Laurence Brabant
/images/products/thumbs/1120.jpg Designed by Marianne Guedin, the Designerbox #6 - Tree For 2 Carafe is a decanter that includes a beautiful glass tree at the bottom. Designerbox #6 - Tree For 2 Carafe Marianne Guedin
/images/products/thumbs/428.jpg A clever and refreshing reinterpretation of the archetypal carafe, Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume's Entonnoir visualizes what would happen if one object swallowed another. Part of the Stomach series of objects, the resulting carafe combines various styles and creating a confrontation between silhouettes with sharp angles and curves evoking stretched elasticity of an intestinal wall. Entonnoir Carafe Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume
/images/products/thumbs/112.jpg A functional carafe with sophisticated lines, Fia by Nina Jobs is perfect for wine or water and features a glass sphere that acts as a stopper. Fia Carafe Nina Jobs
/images/products/thumbs/1184.jpg French designer Sam Baron loves to reinterpret traditional methods of construction, raising questions about the utility of today's material productions. This appropriation is present in the baroque inspired Futiles Glass Carafe produced in collaboration with Rome-based gallery Secondome. Futiles Glass Carafe Sam Baron
/images/products/thumbs/898.jpg Greek traditions meet modern and sleek Italian design in the Hidria Water Jug designed by Stefania Vasques for Diamantini and Domeniconi. The exaggerated size of the Hidria Water Jugs allows them to be used creatively as a vase or pitcher. Hidria Water Jug Stefania Vasquez
/images/products/thumbs/145.jpg Yung-Ho Chang's wine decanter takes an organic form, enlivening the dining experience. When in use, the wider round body of the Hulu Red Wine Decanter allows enough room for oxidization, which is maximized by the position of the decanter in its base. Hulu Red Wine Decanter Yung-Ho Chang
/images/products/thumbs/106.jpg Through poetic exploration, Yung-Ho Chang's Hulu Wine Carafe balances the reflection on ancient Chinese design and ritual with contemporary production processes. Hulu Wine Carafe Yung-Ho Chang
/images/products/thumbs/111.jpg With a design influenced by a balloon containing water, Norway Says used glass as the skin to similarly contain liquid. Subtle curves at the top and bottom of the carafe balance the slender form which is punctuated by a shallow spout for pouring. I'm Boo Carafe Norway Says
/images/products/thumbs/934.jpg Designed by Katarina Andersson, the Iglo Crystal Glass Jars from Covo are both elegant and useful. The shape resembles an old milk bottle with a sleek and elegant design. Iglo Crystal Glass Jars Covo
/images/products/thumbs/1471.jpg In Italian designer Denis Guidone's Kokeshi Bottle, the collectible wooden Japanese dolls inspired the bottle's unique form. Here, a slender borosilicate glass vessel references the doll's body while a bulbous cork stopper references the doll's enlarged head. Kokeshi Bottle Denis Guidone
/images/products/thumbs/1291.jpg The elegant and minimalistic Lovatt Carafe designed by Belgian ceramicist Catherine Lovatt subtracts from the traditional archetype to create a functional object with a unique design language. Available in matte white or soft grey, the Lovatt Carafe is ready to become part of your daily routine. Lovatt Carafe Catherine Lovatt
/images/products/thumbs/549.jpg Inspired by the glass cutting techniques both artisanal and mechanical, Thomas Jenk's Module Two Whiskey Glassware have a look and feel which compliment the tradition of single malt whiskey distillers. Comprised of a set two tumblers and a decanting carafe, the design features opposing spiral profiles cut into the crystal allowing them to mesh together resembling interlocking gears. Module Two Whiskey Glassware Thomas Jenkins
/images/products/thumbs/883.jpg The Night Bottle is ideal for a bedside table and a thoughtful addition to a guest room. Night Bottle Serax Maison
/images/products/thumbs/1262.jpg Designed by Noa Ikeuchi and Tommaso Nani of studio Mist-O, the clean structure of the carafe is perfect for elegant entertaining or for everyday dining. Each borosilicate glass piece is formed and fired by hand. The sleek body of the carafe moves up to a narrower rim, with the characteristic spout creating a shape reminiscent of its namesake, the penguin. Penguin Glass Pitcher MIST-O
/images/products/thumbs/1272.jpg The elegant hand-blown glass Perched Carafe collection takes its name from the crisp raised transparent base on which it stands. This feature allows for a safe and elegant grip, making serving easy. A jewel-toned stopper rests in the neck, preventing over-oxidation. Perched Carafes L'Atelier du Vin
/images/products/thumbs/866.jpg Manufactured by Poets and designed by Studio Formafantasma, Pinch are a collection of elegant glass containers with a witty metal clip sustaining them. Poets is a project by Massimo Lunardon in which he grouped five designer friends to create a series of table glassware full of poetry. Pinch Studio Formafantasma
/images/products/thumbs/128.jpg Re-imagining the archetypal form of a carafe, designer Goncalo Campos has given soul to his Sede series of blown glass vessels. By assuming various positions like a living creature, these carafes express movement through the subtle differences in each version. Sede Carafes Goncalo Campos
/images/products/thumbs/744.jpg An assortment of three mouth-blown, carafes offer proper storage for a variety of wines. Serax Maison's Tall Ice Decanter, Clear Decanter and Lying Decanter each feature sinuous curves and bulbous forms providing a relaxed and organic element for the tabletop. Serax Glass Decanting Carafes Serax Maison
/images/products/thumbs/1444.jpg Form meets function in the Silo Bottle, a double-walled insulated vessel that keeps beverages at their intended temperature longer. Made of glass, the pure and modern design of the bottle is an attractive addition to the tabletop and may be mixed and matched with the rest of the Silo collection for a cohesive tablescape. Silo Bottle Silodesign
/images/products/thumbs/550.jpg By emphasizing the contrast between the smooth, conical form of the body and the massive, irregular cut stems and bases, Jiri Pelcl's Stone Bohemian Crystal Glassware is a stunning juxtaposition of glassmaking techniques. A complete set of vessels for the table or bar, the glassware is defined by its architectural approach in form which creates the strong, unique look of each piece. Stone Bohemian Crystal Glassware Jiri Pelcl
/images/products/thumbs/1261.jpg The work of Japanese-Italian studio Mist-O, the Tequila Sunrise Pitchers are a combination of color, form and function. Each borosilicate glass piece is formed and fired by hand, an evolution that both makes use of and furthers tradition. Tequila Sunrise Pitchers MIST-O
/images/products/thumbs/815.jpg Combining the fluid nature of glass with the subtlety of wood, Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta's Tess Carafe is an elegant addition to the tabletop or bar. With a pure simplicity and sensuous form, the carafe acts as a vessel for juice or water while also decanting wine. Tess Glass Carafes Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta
/images/products/thumbs/1057.jpg Designed by Studio Zaven the Torri Glass Carafe is characterized for its irregular body and long neck. Torri Glass Carafe Zaven
/images/products/thumbs/387.jpg A carafe with a sinuous, elegant line made of mouth-blown glass, Todd Bracher's Vas is a refreshingly simple take on a common object. Vas Carafe Todd Bracher
/images/products/thumbs/1302.jpg Inspired by the natural shape that water forms when poured into a bag, the tall, light and mouth-blown glass carafe is soft and feminine. The vessel holds up to 41 ounces of liquid and is an elegant addition to the dinner table or on a simple picnic blanket. Water Carafe with Lid Norm
/images/products/thumbs/1304.jpg The mouth-blown Water Jug with Smart Lid makes pouring effortless and includes an ingenious 'smart' lid that automatically opens when you pour. The attractive design is welcome wherever water is needed, from a formal dinner party to a lazy weekend breakfast. Water Jug with Smart Lid Pil Bredahl
/images/products/thumbs/101.jpg L'atelier du Vin's Wine Decanter with Developer combines expert engineering with classic design, and is crafted to improve the bouquet and taste of red wine. Wine Decanter with Developer L'Atelier du Vin
/images/products/thumbs/647.jpg An ingenious way to oxygenate your wine, Norm's Wine Breather Carafe allows you to seamlessly pour the wine directly from the bottle into the carafe. Remarkably, in under two minutes, you can achieve the same aeration that typically would take one to two hours to complete by using a traditional carafe. Winebreather Carafe Norm