As my glass work has been a little slow during the 2nd and 3rd Quarters of 2021, I started construction on a number of 24 bottle wine racks. I currently have 3 wine racks about 80% complete, to the point where the tops are fully constructed with 3 coats of finish and all the other frame parts have been cut to their final dimensions. Below are images of these beautiful woods.
So now would be an excellent time to order one of my 24 Bottle Wine racks.
Each is handmade and signed with my burn mark on the bottom of the rack's top. They are solid wood of the species quoted and should become family heirlooms. I currently have the three described here as well as quality hardwood in African Bubinga and Central American Lacewood for a few others. You might find a solid American Walnut furniture piece, although I doubt a wine rack, somewhere. But solid handmade items in the exotic woods Canarywood, Zebrawood, Lacewood, Bubinga, etc. are hard to find in any furniture piece. These are all made in Durham, NC at my single artist studio! The all exotic hardwoods are purchased from Wall Lumber in Mayodan, NC.
The cost for such heirloom pieces runs in the $300 to $500 range depending on the wood species (both wood cost and the difficult of working with the very dense exotic species).
If you have interest just send me an email using the link at the bottom of this page.
The two images of the three tops together shows how lighting especially alters the grain structure and tone appearance of the woods as seen by the eye. In a normal, not too bright, setting the gain appears to the human eye closer to the image taken with the camera's flash on.
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