Slate Wine Rack 8SWR87
Slate Wine Rack 8SWR87 is an unusual rectangular style wine holder at only 590mm high which is rather small for a wine rack with 8 holes. Full of colour and ‘fools gold’ iron pyrite on the sloping top with some strong angles cutting into the edges.
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|Dimensions||450 × 160 × 590 mm|
Slate Wine Rack 8SWR87 with capacity for 8 bottles of fine wine. This is a large wine holder with holes cored three wide at the base, reducing to two in the middle and another three at the top. 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. Slate grey in colour with a ver large angled top covered in stunning shades of ‘fools gold’ iron pyrite.
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. Slate consists of unique properties which will keep your wine at a consistently cool temperature. It won’t expand and contract like other materials. All you have to do is ensure it’s regularly filled up.
If you like this Slate Wine Rack 8SWR87 design but want something bigger then check out 20swr2 which is our biggest slate wine rack ever drilled and currently in stock.
This slate wine holder design would suit any style kitchen, at the end of a run of units or a worktop. If you have any further questions about this particular design then please contact us now.
A sturdy floor is recommended however I can make up a slate base to be able to spread the weight evenly and prevent any damage to tiles. These make great gifts for wine lovers, birthdays, anniversaries and celebrations. They can also be engraved to add that personal touch. Please do remember that each piece of slate is different. I cannot guarantee the exact replication of any designs and I would not wish to.
Finally, if you can’t decide which rack to purchase then I would recommend a trip down to the workshop. By appointment.
Please see gallery for additional images. Added January 2022.