Massimo Lunardon – Cat Decanter

$410.00 (excl. sales tax)

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Massimo Lunardon – Cat Decanter

The Italian artist Massimo Lunardon creates both whimsical and classic hand-blown glass wine decanters that are one-of-a-kind. While these vessels were designed to decant wine, they may also be used decoratively as a centerpiece. The blond cat on the edge of this decanter is looking inside with great desire at the orange fish on the bottom of the decanter.

Malbi Decor – Italian Hand-Blown

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Diameter 7 ½” x Height 10 ½”

All Massimo Lunardon glassware is hand-blown using borosilicated glass and lamp-worked. This type of glass is known for its superior durability and resistance to thermal stress.

NOTE: Handle with care as all glass is breakable. DO NOT heat on the stovetop or in the oven.


General care instructions for Massimo Lunardon – Cat Decanter:

Washable in the dishwasher and usable in the microwave.


About the company:

Since forming his company in 1996, the Italian glass artist, Massimo Lunardon, has created a myriad of functional and decorative glass objects. The artist’s sense of humor, limitless imagination and technical prowess are evident in his work. Established on the site of a former dairy in San Giorgio di Perla outside Vicenza, Italy, Lunardon’s workshop is a space respectful of its architectural history and local natural surroundings. A master glass-blower, Lunardon, continually looks to push the boundaries of glass-blowing as a solo artist and collaboratively with other artists, designers and poets.

All Massimo Lunardon glasses are mindfully produced using raw materials of quality with nominal waste and minimal impact on the environment.

Malbi Décor is pleased to offer you an array of Massimo Lunardon glass products including a martini glass, made specifically for our shop and unavailable elsewhere.

If you would like to learn more about the Italian glass artist Massimo Lunardon and his unique way of hand-blowing glasses click here, or check out the video below: