Friday, August 10, 2012

Vintage Shabby Chic Wine Decanter & Bottle

Hey Everyone,

   I want to share with you two more bottles that I altered using vintage trims and fabrics ;) I am having so much fun altering these and I just love the tattered look ;)

The wine decanter and the glass bottle are up for sale.  I am having a silent auction until Saturday August 18th.  If you are interested in any of them you can contact me on my Facebook, Youtube or leave me a comment here and I can contact you.

You can watch a video of these bottles and find information HERE.

Below are a few pictures of the wine decanter and the bottle.  The decanter is aprox. 13 inches height and 4 inches width.  The glass bottle is Aprox. 6 inches height and 4 inches width.  I will ship national and international.  Shipping rates will apply. 

Thank you for stopping by :) 


Handmade Vintage Tattered Flower


  1. wow incredibly sensational love it

    xx carla

  2. This looks so great! I love your style, and just found your blog. Now I have to take some time to see more of your stuff in here;)

  3. Aww stunning as always Juliana and you called it a decanter after my little hint, so pleased with how these came out, if you ever want to send you friend here some gorgeous trims you find and a bottle i would be ecstatic, hahahahaha.......huggles darling and i loved watching the videos xxxVick
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  4. Sedimentation is a natural process that occurs while wine is aging. It comes from the crystals of the grapes. If you allow the deposits to settle and serve them with the drink, they develop a bitter taste. If you're an amateur in the industry, you might not notice the taste difference. However, for your friend, it would make a huge distinction. Using the wine carafe, enthusiasts separate the wine from its sediments. By carefully pouring it in the receptacle, the deposits would then remain in the original bottle.

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  5. even if there is only a limited number of pieces made and sold, if the quality of the material is cheap, such as those made by Jim Beam a while ago, they are truly not 'antique', no matter the scarcity of the product antique carafe.