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Tabletop: Milk Bottles as Carafes

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Tabletop: Milk Bottles as Carafes

April 21, 2010

Using repurposed milk bottles for water (or lemonade, or sangria) service is a great idea (see Steal This Look: Nopalito in San Francisco).

Nopalito  20  Water  20  Jugs

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Above: Quart Milk Bottles from restaurant supplier Stanpac are $150 for 24 (order with a few like-minded friends). At Pressure Cooker Outlet, you can get Individual Quart Milk Bottles for $6.35.

reformed jug from manos

Above: We also like the Reformed Glass Jug, available for $35 from Manos, Karin Eriksson’s online shop, or directly from the creator, UK artist Sheldon Cooney.

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