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Striking slate wine rack with capacity for 10 bottles of fine wine. This is a very compact design with a double width and a chunky chiseled top. Consistently grey in colour without any quartz lines or orange rustic tints which can be found in some pieces.
This slate has been hand picked from a quarry in North Wales, famous for its mountains and rugged landscape. It has then been sawn, drilled and dressed back in the workshop.
Bespoke Wine Holder drilled in a nice staggered fashion. Thick chunky rack finishing upto a point.
Grainy edge then merges into a natural flat angled edge with mixes of grey and iron pyrite colours.
See additional gallery images for further detail. Great example fo welsh slate.
Winning slate wine rack. This piece is stunning. I have never seen a piece like this before. This is by far my favourite rack at the moment. The curves and layers on this piece are out of this world.
Please see additional images in the gallery. I’ve tried to highlight each stand out part but there are so many.
Veiny slate wine rack in a very popular design with holes cored in a vertical fashion, however these can be crafted to any shape or size. This slate wine rack has a veiny, grainy edge on the left hand side whilst retaining a flat clean face. Slight curve to the rack adds character.
Tall slender slate wine rack. Consistently grey in colour without any quartz lines or orange rustic tints which can be found in some pieces.
This is one of my most popular designs with the holes drilled in a vertical linear fashion. Narrow at the base but tall in height. The top has an angled point.
Heavenly slate wine rack, consistently grey in colour without any quartz lines or orange rustic tints which can be found in some pieces.
This is a very popular design with a thin, narrow base but very tall in height. Slightly angled curving around to the top, with a natural chiseled mountain top.
Skinny Slate Wine Holder from welsh slate with capacity for 7 bottles of fine wine. This is an absolute one off looking wine rack with a sweeping top to it. Holes are cored in a slight staggered fashion. These have been reused, split down and re used as coasters.
These are available on the website now. The bases are felted and oil’d to finish. Consistently grey in colour without any quartz lines or orange rustic tints which can be found in some pieces.
Bespoke wine rack design holder in one of my most popular designs, with a thin, narrow base but very tall in height.
Mainly grey in colour with some decent splashes of ‘fools gold’ iron pyrite. Nice curby pointy top with exposed layers on the edge. Top colours make this a great rack.
Triangular slate wine rack drilled in a staggered fashion with the slate finishing to a point at the top. The base has been sawn for stability.
This wine rack has a very wide base and reduces to a point at the top. Predominantly grey in colour with no rustic tints. Smooth rounded style edge.
Remarkable slate wine rack This is a very popular design with a thin, narrow base but very tall in height. Holes are cored in a linear fashion.
Consistently grey in colour with a tiny amount of ‘fools gold’ iron pyrite near the bottom. This wine rack has a very unusual curvy side to it.
This has to be one of the nicest slate wine racks I currently have in stock. It weighs a lot so please don’t come to collect it in a mini ! It’s also one of the thickest racks at 185mm.
Packed full of curves and angles, this is a premium rack. Too heavy to lift onto my table for standard photo shoot.