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Welcome to the daily series “In Search Of,” where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today, it’s all about “Carafes” and we’ve got loads of them.
In France, asking for a carafe of water shows the waiter you’d like your drink from the tap instead of from an expensive bottle of sparkling water. Carafes typically hold water or wine, but can also be used to serve coffee and bottomless martinis. In glass and ceramic, we’re finding carafes all across Krrb.
Silver-plated Carafe in Torrence, California
A tempered glass carafe is topped with a detailed silver-plated lid. Perfect for strong black tea after dinner.
Find it on Greenuser’s Corner. $25.
Coffee Servers in Chicago, Illinois
It doesn’t get anymore classic and retro-perfect than this pair of coffee carafes from the 1950s.
Find them on Wolfy & Wispy’s Corner. $20.
Hilariously Tall Carafe in Marina Del Ray, California
At three feet long, this vintage carafe allows you to stay far away from your guests as you pour drinks. Is that a necessary thing? We’re not sure, but this carafe is still pretty striking.
Find it on HHEAL’s Corner. $320.
Kaj Franck Carafe and Tumblers in Queens, New York
A smoked glass carafe complements six colorful tumblers, all created by Finnish designer Kaj Franck.
Find them on Neoteric_inland’s Corner. $255.
Henkel Apple Glass Set in Paris, France
We love hearing the words “french” and “vintage” combined, and you’ll find both in these french vintage Henkel glass carafes and jugs.
Find them on SundayCrazyBatch’s Corner. 12€.
Mid-Century Coffee Set in Brooklyn, New York
A Royal Sealy coffee carafe with cups is a retro way to serve guests at a brunch party. Include shortbread and fruit.
Find it on Cwick’s Corner. $25.
Alfi Danish Carafe in Washington, DC
A huge base means you’ll store plenty of water or wine in this blue carafe designed by Ole Palsby.
Find it on Kiwi’s Corner. $25.
Vintage Porcelier Carafe in Los Angeles, California
An easy transformation for a carafe with a scratches or chips — turn it into a planter.
Find it on Sweetladyjune’s Corner. $60.