Nobody wants to be a disappointment to dear old dad and, while your life choices are set in stone at least you can mitigate some of the damage with a decent Father’s Day gift. You’ll want to avoid the same old cufflinks or a nice tie and instead opt for something a tad more exclusive, something more unusual. Well, in that we have you covered.

Rémy Martin Steaven Richard Limited Edition, £195

Remy Martin Steaven Richard Limited Edition

What’s better than a glass of fine champagne cognac? One poured from a work of art. The latest in Rémy Martin’s string of artistic collaborations, this time it’s the turn of metalwork maestro Steaven Richard to present his twist on the classic XO decanter. Inspired by the ancient vines from which Rémy Martin’s grapes are harvested, transforming the signature gold label into a metallic work of art. Inside of course is the same beautiful amber liquid with its notes of plums, hazelnuts and sweet spices, just in a limited edition decanter only available from Selfridges. Available at: selfridges.com

Georg Jensen Manhattan Champagne Bowl, £295

Georg Jensen Manhattan Champagne Bowl

Since the resurgence of speakeasies and The Great Gatsby themed hedonism the roaring 20s have been a byword for glamorous overindulgence. Nothing quite epitomises that like a hefty champagne bowl, especially when it’s as Art Deco as Georg Jensen’s version here. The Manhattan Champagne Bowl holds up to 6 bottles at a time – with plenty of ice, of course – so the party can keep going and going. If you really want to go all out, you can also pair it with the Indulgence Champagne Sabre (£145), though maybe rely on that at the beginning of the night rather than near the end. Available at: georgjensen.com

Lorenzi Milano Steak knife Set, £1,999

Lorenzi Milano Steak knife Set

There’s an art to the perfect steak, that fine balance between succulent tenderness and big, bold flavour. It’s an art that deserves – nay, requires! – the right tools. Set into a solid black buffalo horn, this six-piece steak knife set from the Italian artisans at Lorenzi Milano is worthy of a meat maestro. One of their more spectacular knife sets, the curved horn makes for one impressive centrepiece. Finished with polished Zebu horn handles, there’s nothing finer, especially if some exotic meat is on the table. Available at: lorenzi-milano.com

TAG Heuer Monaco 1969 – 1979 Limited Edition, £5,350

TAG Heuer Monaco 1969 – 1979 Limited Edition

Speed, danger, Steve McQueen, the TAG Heuer Monaco has been a legend since Le Mans. Sure, the Carrera might be a little more important in terms of racing watches, but who can deny that the square-cased Monaco is an icon? This latest limited edition version pays tribute to the Monaco’s decade of dominance with a cool, retro look. The unusual green dial is a stunner with brown and yellow accents throughout, finished on a racing-inspired perforated leather strap. Limited to 169 pieces, getting one will take a turn of speed worthy of F1. Available at: monochrome-watches.com

Assouline The Impossible Collection of Wine, €920 (£815)

Assouline The Impossible Collection of Wine

Assouline The Impossible Collection of Wine

For every wine lover there’s a holy grail, a bottle and vintage from which true holy water – post-miracle transformation of course – pours. This compendium names 100 of them. Compiled by Enrico Bernardo, the world’s best sommelier, the Impossible Collection of Wine goes through the finest vintages ever produced, based on rarity, terroir, taste and mystique. It’s a heft tome but a beautiful one and comes presented in a wooden crate. It might be impossible to ever taste everything in the book, but you can at least talk like you have. Available at: eu.assouline.com

Elektra Micro Casa Leva S1CO Brass And Chrome Espresso Machine, £1,450

Audeze Mobius Headphones

This takes steampunk a little too literally. This serious espresso maker has all the bells and whistles a true barrista needs, including a pressure gauge, warning light and water level indicator, all wrapped up in a twisting pipework of brass and chrome. It even has the satisfaction of a manual lever for that solid, mechanical feel. It won’t improve the quality of your coffee beans or magically transport you to Milan every morning, but it will make that first, necessary dose of caffeine every day just that little bit better. It also happens to look fantastic. Available at: mrporter.com

 

Creed Aventus Cologne (100ml), £215

Creed Aventus Cologne

Let’s been honest, Dads love to impress, whether it’s bad jokes or simply smelling good you can use this desire to stay fresh and relevant to your strength. There is currently no fresher scent than Creed’s Aventus, and the new entry in Creed’s fragrance canon, Aventus Cologne, captures magic of the original but with a grown-up twist. The key fruity notes remain but, rather than apples and pineapples, it introduces a twist of citrus with surprisingly light mandarin. That exoticism is paired with soft spice from ginger for a warmer, more vibrant top. The floral notes of the original are replaced by the masculine woodiness of sandalwood and vetiver, with an unmistakable hint of musk underpinning it all. Available atcreedfragrances.co.uk

Audeze Mobius Headphones, $399 (£310)

Audeze Mobius Headphones

Headphones are for more than listening to Spotify on the tube; with the right pair, they can be an experience that goes beyond music. Enter the Mobius headphones. Audeze has focused on one above all else in these: precision. Every aspect of the soundstage has been so perfectly placed that they’re essentially a pair of 3D headphones. They bring a level of realism to listening to rival a great home cinema system, whether that’s for films, games or indeed music. Wear them on a commute and you won’t even notice the sweaty traveler elbowing you in the ribs. Available at: audeze.com