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Slate Wine Rack 6SWR183
Slate Wine Rack 6SWR183 is full of character and natural rustic tones with a lovely bit of detail on the left hand side. This was drilled in the quarry rock face for blasting purposes for extracting from the quarry. This was many many years ago, as now all of the slate is receycled from the slate tips and cut and split down to size. A great example of world famous Welsh Slate with heaps of history.
Slate Wine Rack 6SWR181
Slate Wine Rack 6SWR181 full of character and natural rustic tones with a lovely bit of detail at the very top. It has two pyrmid shapes sat on top of each other, just like Church Rock at Broad Haven South Beach, Pembrokeshire. A great example of world famous Welsh Slate.
Slate Wine Rack 8SWR48
Slate Wine Rack 8SWR48 has deep natural veins exposed on the left hand side in a layered style fashion. The top has an unusual shape with deep crevasses, resembling some of the old disused mines in North Wales like Dinorwig. This rack showcases up to 8 bottles of wine.
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.