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Marble Wine Rack MWR1
Strikingly beautiful Carrara Marble Wine Rack, sourced direct from the quarry in Carrara, Italy. The natural veins and colour running through this premium marble is quite something. Cored in a staggered fashion, this wine rack will be a talking point in any modern home or commercial setting.
Slate Wine Rack 50SWR1
This premium Welsh Slate Wine Rack 50SWR1 is core drilled to showcase 50 bottles of fine wine in a 1.8m tower of natural stone. A sawn base enables this to stand upright, safely and securely. The edges and top are left completely natural, highlighting the textures of the finest quality Welsh Slate.
Marble Wine Rack 14MWR2
Marble Wine Rack 14MWR2 is a completely unique wine holder for 14 bottles, hand crafted in premium Carrera Marble ethically sourced from a quarry in Italy. The natural veins and colour running through this marble is quite something and it will make a truly wonderful talking point in any kitchen, living space or commercial setting. Cored in a linear fashion, two columns of seven holes.
Slate Wine Rack 10SWR17
Slate Wine Rack 10SWR17 is a large wine holder standing at just over an impressive 1.2 metres high. This is a great example of quality world famous Welsh Slate. Full of character, angles and rustic tones. This will make a real feature and focal point in your own home.
Slate Wine Rack 16SWR3
Slate Wine Rack 16SWR3 is a very smart wine rack with a tidy quartz streak running across the top. Directly across the top edge and also across another slightly protruding ledge just below. This is quite rare and just adds another element of character to an already beautiful, rustic and functional wine cooler.
Slate Wine Rack 12SWR14
Slate Wine Rack 12SWR14 is a stunning piece. Drilled in a random, staggered fashion which follows the shapes and curves of the slate. The front face is very clean and has a chipped or stippled look to it. The curves and layers on this piece are pretty special too.
Slate Wine Rack 18SWR1
Stunning tall supreme slate wine rack with the popular copper colour tints running through the slate, often referred to as fools god. Technical term is iron pyrite. This is a very popular design with a thin, narrow base but very tall in height, making efficient use of restricted floor space. Holes are cored in a linear fashion. Double width and sometimes triple staggered.