- Handmade in Europa from local reclaimed solid acacia wood
- Ships worldwide
- Impregnated with few layers of blend of organic oils for wood / NOT VARNISH /
- Eco Friendly
- NOTE: The accessories shown on photos are not included in the listing price.
- If you have any personal preferences, send us a message and we will do our best to work something out for you
Hanging wine rack, Wooden wine holder, Corset wine rack, Wall wine rack, Wine rack, Riddling wine rack, Kitchen decor, Handmade gift
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On your attention we present unique wine rack with 12 holes from solid acacia wood. All of the holes are with a size of 32 mm diameter. The wine rack is treated with bio oil to preserve the natural color of the wood and keeping it from the environmental conditions.
This wine rack is for hanging on a wall.
This unique wooden 12-bottle wine rack could be a great addition to your home. Great gift for wine lovers, collectors or just beautiful and functional storage of bottles of wine.
Each item is completely handmade and with precision to detail.
Being hand-made, each item is one of a kind.
length: 10,63 in.(27cm.)
width: 3,94 in.(10cm.)
height: 39,76 in.(101cm.)
ABOUT OUR PRODUCTS:
All of our products are one-of-a-kind and are handmade in our small studio in Pazardjik, Bulgaria. We use only locally and sustainably harvested or salvaged Bulgarianhardwoods. The hardwoods we choose contain beautiful, naturally occurring figurations that add to the unique loveliness of each piece. Skillful attention to detail and commitment to sustainability are what separate our cutting boards from the rest. All of our board receive the same painstaking handwork as our highest-end custom made furniture. Each goes through several stages of refinement to create the overall form and function of a sculptural, “rustico moderno” object that is so much more than just a cutting board. Every piece receives several hand-rubbings of organic linseed oil to ensure a smooth, professional surface. The wood is carefully selected and shaped to highlight spectacular grain, knots, wormholes, and the “noble rot” of spalted wood.