Angels' Share Glass gin decanter is reviving a Victorian gin tradition. The pig-shaped decanter draws inspiration from the story of the gin-pigs that are said to reside at Brodie Castle in Moray.
During the Victorian age, many of these pig-shaped decanters found themselves in the homes of nobles and aristocrats. The unique shape payed homage to the story associated with traditional castle, as well as calling back to the history of Gin in Scotland.
Angels' Share Glass gin decanter was designed by Tom Young MBE and is handmade in the brand's Bridge of Allan studio. The intricate glass decanter is designed to be refilled and features silver stoppers in the pig's snout. These unique gin decanter is set to enter the Scottish market and will hopefully add to the revived passion for gin that is emerging in the country.
Image Credit: National Trust Fund for Scotland
Angels' Share Glass Gin Decanter Revives Traditional Victorian Design
1. Revival of Victorian-inspired Decanters - The Angels' Share Glass gin decanter is leading a resurgence in the popularity of Victorian-inspired decanters.
2. Nostalgia-driven Home Decor - The pig-shaped decanter appeals to consumers seeking nostalgic and vintage-inspired home decor items.
3. Handmade Craftsmanship - The intricate design and handmade nature of the Angels' Share Glass gin decanter highlights the continued appreciation for artisanal craftsmanship.
1. Home Decor - The home decor industry can incorporate Victorian-inspired decanters to offer customers unique and nostalgic pieces for their living spaces.
2. Alcohol and Spirits - The alcohol and spirits industry can capitalize on the trend of Victorian-inspired decanters by offering consumers a wider range of creative and visually appealing options for serving and storing their favorite spirits.
3. Artisanal Glassware - The artisanal glassware industry can tap into the demand for handmade and bespoke pieces, catering to consumers who value craftsmanship and unique designs.