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Frost

Frost is inspired by the ethereal beauty of ice, sculpted by wind and water. Scalloped surfaces echo the glowing jewel-like interior of ice caves, albeit reinterpreted with a rigorous formality to enhance the translation to fine pewter, whilst crisp edges hint at the bitingly cold, glass-like nature of cleaved and fractured ice.

Decanter
The Frost decanter is as appropriate for wines as it is for water, and sits into its dedicated cooling coaster to keep your choice of beverage suitably chilled. If a full-bodied red is more your thing, the decanter’s conical foot placed on the table sans cooling coaster allows a gentle rolling rotation to bring out the best in that Cabernet Sauvignon. To mitigate condensation on your table, a microfibre place mat is included.

For best cooling results, chill the coaster in the freezer for 3 to 4 hours, and your preferred beverage in the refrigerator for an hour, prior to use. The chilled coaster should then keep your drink sufficiently cooled for about 2 hours. If a dropped or damaged coaster leaks coolant, the liquid is water and poses little risk.
 
Glass
The cooling coaster keeps your choice of beverage chilled, whether abstaining with water, savouring a summer’s evening with a Beaujolais or Pinot Grigio, or kicking back with a cocktail. Used sans coaster, the pointy-footed glass rolls gently around, all the better to coax those complex whisky aromas out.

For best cooling results, chill the coaster in the freezer for 3 to 4 hours, and your preferred beverage in the refrigerator for an hour, prior to use. The chilled coaster should then keep your drink sufficiently cooled for about 2 hours. If a dropped or damaged coaster leaks coolant, the liquid is water and poses little risk.
 
Carafe
A collar of diagonals and diamond facets echoing fractured ice complements the angular glass profile of a carafe for juice or water.
 
Hip Flask
Reflections dance across shards and facets paving the face of this reassuringly solid slab of a hip flask.

Space is available for personalisation.
 
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