The fine food writers over at The Kitchn offer this practical and attractive way to store olive oil properly: use an old enamel coffee pot. These pots not only pour really well, they also prevent damage from sunlight.
The tip comes care of chef Sam Clark of London's Moro restaurant, who likes the pots because they pour in an even stream, rather than the gurgling of typical bottles.
As the article notes, you might also need to find a cork for the spout to prevent loss of flavour from that other enemy of olive oil, air.
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Storage Tip: Use an Enamel Coffee Pot for Olive Oil [The Kitchn]