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Whether you're looking to update your existing bar accessories, or just entering the world of fine barware, these touchstone pieces are sure to add elegance and flair to your collection.

crystal decanter, ashtray, ice bucket, glasses

Taking its name from the village in Alsace where the Lalique factory was first established, the Wingen collection began as a tableware service with a pattern designed in 1926 by the company's founder, René Lalique. Defined by rhythmic vertical lines in satin-finished crystal, Wingen barware is a perfect, elegant compliment to any collection.

2. Tank Wine Set by Tom Dixon

Taking a cue from the sculptural form of scientific glassware, the Tank Wine Set by London-based designer Tom Dixon is a sleek and bold collection that makes a stunning statement both in use and on display.

stainless steel shaker, jigger, bar spoon, ice bucket, and tongs

3. SKY Cocktail Shaker by Aurelian Barbry for Georg Jensen

The SKY cocktail shaker, designed by French-born Aurelian Barbry, embodies the beauty and sophistication of form and function. With its sleek, ergonomic shape and mirror-polished stainless steel body, this shaker will make crafting the perfect cocktail a home bartender's dream.

Add a bit of whimsy to your next drink with these colorful Italian-glass stir sticks! Handcrafted using an ancient Roman glass-making technique revived in Murano in the 19th century, these stirrers are handled with the ultimate care and appreciation and come with a craftsperson's signature on each piece.

colorful coasters

5. Lily Pad Coasters by Aruliden for MoMA

Encourage your guests to play with light, shape, and color with the Lily Pad Coaster set. Created for MoMA by New York-based design studio, Aruliden, these innovative coasters are composed of temperature- and scratch-resistant TPU for lasting ingenuity.

round cocktail infusion vessel with beautiful fruit display

6. Porthole Infusion Vessel by Martin Kastner of Crucial Detail design studio

This striking infuser will compliment any bar or counter. Inspired by submarine portholes, the Porthole infusion vessel was originally created as a custom piece for The Aviary in Chicago, Illinois. Add depth of flavor to your next cocktail gathering, or experiment with cold infusion oils, teas, coffee, lemonade, dressings - oh the possibilities!

black trays with silver rim

Display your wares on these streamlined trays handcrafted in sterling silver and black Formica by London's infamous luxury brand, Asprey. Known for its quality and exceptional service, Asprey currently holds a Royal Warrant from HRH Prince of Wales for jewelry and silver.

8. 5-Piece Ohara Marble Bar Tool Set by Balutto Associati for CB2

A unique, swirling base of golden Calacatta marble sets this collection of bar accessories apart from the usual tools. "Precious Calacatta marble gives a touch of exclusivity and elegance without losing functionality," explains designer, Veronica Balutto, while variations in veining and color make each piece feel unique.


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