My husband loves it. It was a great anniversary gift. Arrived quickly and amazing quality. Bigger than I expected.
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Long lives the Camel.
From soaring thousands of feet in the air…
…To winning dogfights in times of danger, this biplane holds an unforgettable past.
In World War I the Sopwith Camel was used to shoot down over a thousand enemy aircrafts around the globe.
But was only possible with a professional pilot.
It’s slow movements and tough maneuverability wasn’t for everyone. And so it is with this decanter model…
This is for someone who truly appreciates high-class spirits.
The spirit of the Earth is contained in (and poured from) this beautifully crafted mouth-blown globe decanter. You can feel a sense of history and quality on every sip. Holding the essence and physique of the successful Camel, it reminds the drinker to slow down like itself.
To take sip by sip.
To experience everything in real-time.
And to better appreciate the taste of each precious drop that lands on your tongue.
- Luxurious design with a model of the legendary Sopwith Camel aircraft
- Entirely made with hand-blown glass and solid oak wood
- Includes airtight glass stopper for preserving the purity of your finest liquid
- Handcrafted design makes each decanter one of a kind
- Holds a perfect 1000ml
Decanters are more than gifts. They’re treasures that will be appreciated for years and years to come. Being an aircraft that never lost a pilot in combat, gift this to someone who’s a perfectionist and/or professional. Remember, the Camel can only be used by a skilled flyer. So choose wisely.
“Customer service was phenomenal”
You’ll be happy to know that we meticulously package each globe so when it arrives at your door it is in PRISTINE condition. If for any reason your order is less than perfect please get in touch with us and we’ll quickly resolve any issue.
Gift A Friend And The Planet
When you order, we continue the spirit of gifting by also planting a tree for each decanter purchased.
Small Inventory That Moves Fast
If you're interested in more than just a drink...if it's style, inspired craftsmanship, and a genuinely collectible piece of art that happens to serve as a decanter then this is the item for you. Since our decanters are hand-made by master craftsman we only have a limited amount available for purchase. So whatever you choose, decide quickly.
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Hand-Blown by Skilled Artisans -
Within the decanter is an biplane inspired by the Sopwith Camel, it is meticulously handcrafted while the 1000ml decanter is built around it. You feel a sense of history and quality on every sip.
Etched Globe Design -
Enjoy the brilliance and beauty of this handcrafted design as you spin the globe and watch the etched continents turn with your favorite liquor.
Oak Base Crafted in Kentucky -
The wooden display base is handmade of solid oak by master craftsmen in Kentucky. The sturdiness of the base reflects the earthiness of the bourbon.
Airtight Glass Stopper -
The ground glass stopper creates a durable airtight seal to last a lifetime. Air will not mix with the purity of the liquor. The pure essence of the liquor is preserved and not evaporated.
Product Dimensions: 6x5x11 inches
Product Weight: 3lbs
Product Volume: 1000ml
Wood: Red Oak
Use: Liquor or Wine Decanter
The Sopwith Camel was a World War I biplane fighter aircraft. One of the most successful aces of WWI was a Camel pilot named Roy Brown. Roy is the ace credited with shooting down the Red Baron. In addition, he never lost a pilot in his flight during combat, a rare distinction for an air unit commander of that war. During WWI Camel pilots shot down 1,294 enemy aircraft, more than any other fighter of the conflict.
While not particularly fast, its very forward center of gravity made the Camel both tricky to fly and very maneuverable in dogfights. The maneuverability was a bear for inexperienced pilots but in the hands of a skilled pilot like Roy Brown the mobility of the Camel made it the most successful plane of WWI.