We're going to go out on a limb here and assume you've indulged in some bubbly lately. After all, what would the holidays be without a little champagne?
That's why we thought you would appreciate these bizarre champagne bottles. Sold by Zarb, a line of champagne launched in 2009, these bottles put an unconventional spin on the most sophisticated celebratory drink.
You can drink champagne from a bottle decorated with angels, a belly button or even lips - which are all for sale. Some of the most bizarre designs, like the fire extinguisher champagne bottle, are not availabe for sale but you can check them out below.
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