Our playful Bottoms Up Wine Bottle Holder is designed with purpose and beauty in mind. Handcrafted from recycled granite, hand-formed helical aluminum rods, and select New England beach stones, each Holder securely embraces three bottles of wine. The whimsical twists hold each bottle inverted to keep corks moist and expanded, protecting and preserving your wine. Simply load with bottles and they will be delightfully displayed and ready for your next gathering or dinner party.
The recycled granite base is handmade with two special processes that first give each base an organic, chiseled edge, then smooth and finish the rough granite. The rods are topped with a hand-collected New England beach stone for a dash of style. The compact design makes an eye-catching display on your table or sideboard, and soft feet protect against scratches.
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Easy to use and beautiful, one-of-a-kind design
Holds 3 wine bottles properly to ensure freshness
Made from reclaimed granite, brushed aluminum, and hand-collected beach stones
Compact design saves space
All-natural, recycled materials
Arrives fully assembled
Soft feet protect surfaces
Designed and handcrafted by our team of local artisans in our New Hampshire studio
Granite and stone color will vary and may not be as shown
About the artist: “Inspiration ambushes me anytime, anywhere, and I welcome it.”
During lifetimes spent around New England's forests and seacoast, Arra David and Anne Johnson have become masters of bringing the outdoors in. Stone, sun, wind, rain, and waves provide their raw materials. Arra and Anne transform them into well-designed, innovative works of handmade art with the help of a group of dedicated artisans they lovingly call "rockers." "We work together as a closely-knit family," says Arra. "We all put our hearts, brains, muscles, and fingertips into everything we build." They use ethically forested wood and replace each stone gathered from the water with a quarry rock that will eventually become another worn beauty.