5 Quirky Wine Accessories from Amo Eno

LifestyleAsia Date: 19 Jan 2012

From flying teacups to wine glass-shaped light bulbs and more

Social media wine bar Amo Eno is not only taking wine into the hi-tech era with its multi-touch LCD table at ifc mall, it's doing it in style with a collection of wine accessories any design fiend would drool over.

Sourced from around the world by Amo Eno’s creative director, Brook Bradbury, the collection is crafted by a mix of emerging and established designers, some of whom have created one-of-a-kind pieces exclusively for them. With a constantly evolving product range, our top picks in the month of January are:

1. Big Heart decanter by Etienne Meneau

The human heart is a complicated matter, and was the inspiration behind the Big Heart decanter designed by French sculpture artist Etienne Meneau. Priced at HK$48,888, this limited hand blown decanter modernises the wine through its modern and geometric design.

2. Flying cups by Hrafnkell Birgisson

Forget about saucers, these recycled China teacups are just fine on their own balanced on a wine glass stem. Priced at HK$618 each, these beautiful one-of-a-kind pieces are designed by acclaimed Icelandic designer Hrafnkell Birgisson and tell the history of European porcelain making.

3. Graf & Lantz wine tote

Germany meets Japan in this stylish wine bottle carrier, priced at HK$698 for one bottle and HK$1,018 for two. Each tote is designed with the traditional Japanese carpentry style, wa daiku, which stresses modern lines and structural aesthetics for a look of understated luxury.

Read more about Amo Eno wine accessories on LifestyleAsia.com.

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