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Taylor Decanter
Ravenscroft decanters are superb examples of old world craftsmanship. Each decanter is hand-blown in Europe in shops renowned for the quality of their product; as demonstrated here by the Ravenscroft Taylor decanter. One of our favorite pieces, the Taylor is created from ancient mineral deposits, free of impurities. Using such pure raw materials eliminates the need to add lead oxide to create brilliant crystal. The Ravenscroft Taylor has a total fill volume of 34 ounces and is pictured here with the contents of a single 750 ml. bottle.

With a distinctive bubble in an exceptionally thick base, the Taylor decanter makes an especially attractive companion to the Ravenscroft Single Malt Scotch tumblers shown here.

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     RC725 Taylor Decanter, $85.00

Height = 10 inches
Width = 5 inches
Total Fill Volume = 34 ounces. Pictured here with the contents of a single 750 ml volume of spirits.

Washing by hand is recommended.
We've long had a distinct preference for the decanters made by Ravenscroft Crystal. Brilliant and sparkling, they are truly emblematic of the glassblowers' art at its finest. And all of them are produced from Ravenscroft's proprietary blend of lead-free minerals, an especially important consideration for liquor decanters since they tend to be used for long-term storage of spirits. Toxic lead from lead crystal containers can leach into the contents and reach alarming levels over time. Concentrations of only 89 micrograms per liter in only two days, and levels of 20,000 micrograms per liter in brandy stored in lead crystal after a few years. Contrast this to the Environmental Protection Agency's standard for drinking water of only 15 micrograms per liter. A risk easily avoided by using Ravenscroft decanters.