Slate Wine Rack 6SWR158
Slate Wine Rack 6SWR158 is a very nice piece with a sloping angled top and capacity for six favourite bottles. It also has a large amount of iron pyrite ‘fools gold’ throughout. The lower part of the rack is core drilled in a staggered fashion and as the slate narrows towards the top, they are cored in a linear fashion.
Stone Wine Rack 6PSWR14
Stone Wine Rack 6PSWR14 has a capacity for 6 bottles of fine wine. The face is sawn with a chiseled corner to complement the natural rugged top, which allows an insight into the make up of this stunning stone. The right hand side edge is filled with fossils and shells. A great clean example of this world famous stone from Portland, Dorset.
Stone Wine Rack SWRH1
Beautiful Portland Stone Wine Rack to showcase up to five favourite bottles in a contemporary home or commercial setting. The top has been left natural and rugged, exposing the stone’s inner beauty. Holes and edges have been rounded off for a super clean modern appeal.
Unique & Bespoke
Slate Wine Racks owner Ioan Raymond was born into a third generation of Coal Merchants in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Ioan developed a passion for creating bespoke wine racks from Welsh Slate.
Each slate wine rack is completely unique, markings differ massively with each piece having its own character. This is what really inspires Ioan, as no two pieces are the same.
Regular trips back to Wales help Ioan retain his connection to home, picking out beautiful, unusual pieces to cut, work and shape, back in the workshop.
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How To Buy
All slate wine racks listed in stock on this website are available to buy online. No two items are the same meaning every customer gains a wine rack that is completely unique to them.
Shipping is via direct delivery or via a trusted & insured courier. Delivery costs are tiered for small, medium & large pieces.
Ioan Raymond contacts all customers following purchase to discuss delivery date and any specific delivery requirements.
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