The perfect complement to Balster's karine cups, this decanter is a classic style with a modern, colorful twist! Here, the swirls of color seen on his karine cups are extended the entire length of the decanter, which is then finished off with a glass stopper to properly seal your spirits for future libation. Stands 13" H x 4" W. Holds approximately 0.75 liter. A truly one-of-a-kind piece, as we have just one in stock!


Chad Balster (Louisville, KY) first started working in glass in Minneapolis in 1996 as a balmy summer job. Balster followed "hot glass" all over the country and then to Louisville where he was invited to be a resident artist at Louisville Glassworks, teaching and producing art. In 2012, he started Chad Balster Glass.

Decanter by Chad Balster Glass



715 West Main Street

Louisville, Kentucky 40202



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