From hair-on-hide wine wraps to antlers, this is the best barware in the West.
To stock the bar means to be prepared for any occasion. In the American West, these moments might include serving lemonade on the front porch; sipping tequila by the fireside; toasting friends after a long journey; or just popping the top off an ice-cold beer. At whatever juncture, the true Westerner knows that hospitality and beverage service go hand in hand. From goblets to shot glasses and hip flasks to carafes, these are the accoutrements every trailblazer needs to outfit a true Western bar.
Tall glass Claira tumbler from Magnolia Market. Handmade pewter cognac glass from Match. Hand-tinted sunrise and sunset rocks glasses from Sisters of Los Angeles. Etched blooms glass tumbler from Terrain.
August Moran's Seeing Double glass wine glasses from Neiman Marcus. Sterling Silver quadruple shot set with American walnut and curly maple base from Silver King. Splintered glass wine carafe from Juliska. Lustre d'Pasión cordial mouthblown engraved cordials from Jan Barboglio.
Misc. Goods Co. Ceramic Flask from Kaufmann Mercantile. HomArt cast iron wall-mounted bear bottle opener from Stag Provisions for Men. Kenrick tortoiseshell double-old-fashioned lowball tumbler Ralph Lauren Home.
G G Collection wine glasses with cast aluminum stems from Neiman Marcus. Stainless steel and antler corkscrew from High Camp Home. Dogwood wine coaster and stopper set from Michael Aram. Aspen rose gold barware with wood inlay from Cowboys & Indians Shop. Hair-on-hide wine wrap from Stash.