The wide mouth and angled neck of this duck-like glass decanter result in a smooth, elegant pour.To buy: $40, surlatable.com.
As wine flows through the funnel into the crystal decanter below, sediments are removed to enhance flavor and aroma. Thirsty yet?To buy: $60, macys.com.
As gorgeous as it is practical: the open circle in the body makes it easy to grab and pour and the crystal stopper gives it a sophisticated finishing touch.To buy: $40, lenox.com.
Modern and sculptural, this mouth-blown glass vessel doubles as a chic storage spot for brandy.To buy: $100, conranusa.com.
At the bargain price of $20 (from a high-end wine-accessories company, no less!), you can afford to splurge on a fancy bottle of wine. Cheers to that.To buy: $20, target.com.
Forget the wine storage—this handmade glass decanter is a work of art. A wide base and a conical topper make it the perfect gift for a design-savvy wine lover.To buy: $115, tableartonline.com.
A surprising twist on the classic decanter, this glass version is topped with a rustic golf ball-sized stopper.To buy: $35, wrapables.com.
This black model, mouth-blown in Prague, is a functional object that just happens to be dishwasher-safe.To buy: $200, cobblecourt.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mailSee all Daily Finds from this month