Glass + Brass Incense Burner

Appearing more scientific than spiritual, Margate, UK-based Haeckels’ incense burner features a brass bottom plate under a lab-like glass flask. Placing the flask onto the plate when an incense cone is lit will amplify the scent and push a puff of smoke up through the neck and out the top. (Doing so will also extinguish the flame, so be certain you’re finished before placing it.) …

Brass-Topped Decanter

Made by Anna Karlin Studios, this lovely bulbous decanter has been handblown from sturdy food-grade glass. Standing at seven inches tall, it holds up to 1,300ml. With a neck measuring almost three inches in diameter, it’s stopped by a solid brass sphere—creating a sophisticated and slightly retro look. This, and other pieces by Karlin, are available at NYC’s Coming Soon.

Brass Svante Watering Can

Klong’s striking Svante watering can is bold and sculptural, so it can easily double as a decorative piece. Designed by Mats Broberg and Johan Ridderstråle, the brass piece has a matte finish to prevent water stains. Also available in glossy nickel or copper, the vessel stands at 30cm tall.