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Wish List: Cocktail Pitchers

It’s never too early to start creating a holiday must-have list (for other people of course). And since mixology is a trend that’s here to stay, we dug up a few of our favorite ways to serve a drink. Either gift them to yourself or someone you love.

When it comes to sideboard accessories, the more eclectic the better. We’ve rounded up some cool cocktail pitchers, from cheap to expensive, that will add a little flair to your hostessing style.

An original Swedish design from 1934, this fashionable martini pitcher is selling like hot cakes. We love the unexpected round shape in a sea of typically tall, slender styles. Orrefors Mingus Martini Pitcher. $225.

Hand-crafted and delicate, we'd hate to stir our drink in here, but it looks sexy when you pour.

Hand-blown glass and 10 inches tall, this beauty is perfect for a fall cocktail party with seasonal drinks to match. Etsy, $65.

We prefer cocktails, but this doubles as a chic sangria pitcher.

From the era that knew how to craft a cocktail, an ombré, gold-rimmed number that gives a modern sideboard a one-of-a-kind feel. It holds 32 ounces of sipping pleasure. We’re using it for sangria. $20.

Vintage pitchers help set the mood of a unique experience. Too bad they don't hold more booze. And keep it ice cold. Or pour your drink for you.

This is one of those gorgeous stand-alone pieces that would look a little over the top if it came with matching glasses. Stylish and definitely a talking piece. Godinger, $190.

Standing 8 x 12 x 4 inches, this is the perfect size for a small dinner party.

Sleek and trendy and holds enough to get your dinner party started. The fact that it’s got a little design, but isn’t overly ornate also scores points. Salviati Plume Pitcher, $180.

This is eye candy only — not a lot of stirring should be going on with this delicate number.