Wine Stoppers 2010 – Part 1

Wine Stoppers 2010 - Part 1
Yep, it’s that time again… time to make some more wine stoppers. 🙂 Here’s a dozen of them that we recently turned.

They are all made in the ‘flame’ style from a variety of wood including Red Palm, Spalted Maple, Pau Amarillo, Pau Rosa, Zebrawood, Purpleheart, Cocobolo and Cherry.

Here’s some other photos showing a bit closer views starting with this one that shows, from left to right, Spalted Maple, Red Palm, Cocobolo and Zebrawood:


This one shows Pau Rosa, Purpleheart, another Pau Rosa and a Pau Amarillo:

Bottle Stoppers

And this one shows another Red Palm, another Spalted Maple, another Zebrawood and Cherry:

Stoppers for wine bottles

Back to the shop…

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4 Responses to “Wine Stoppers 2010 – Part 1”

  1. I think your work is great. Keep it coming,


  2. Woodworker's Guide April 9, 2012 at 5:41 am

    Thanks, Alan! It’s comments like this that makes it easier to keep it coming. 😉

  3. Great work!! You seem to have a great supply of mdomestic and exotic wood.

  4. Woodworker's Guide April 14, 2012 at 6:50 am

    The nice thing about these small projects is that you can use exotics without it breaking the bank. Pens are like that too.

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