Wine Bottle Balancers

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Project by PGreene posted 1805 days ago 1393 views 4 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

A friend of mine is opening a local artists gallery and wine shop in town. She is going to be selling some of my work in the shop so I figured it was natural that I build some wine balancers. I just used a lot of hardwoods from my scrap pile and guled them up.

-- Patrick

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#1 posted 1805 days ago

Pretty Patrick. Sure is a nice way to use up those scraps.

What is the length of the piece and what degree did you cut the ends at?

Thanks for posting.

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#2 posted 1805 days ago

Looks great. What is the “Stamp”, a king of leaf or something? Is that Branding Iron Stamp?

-- Junji Sugita from Japan,

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#3 posted 1805 days ago

Betsy: They are 10” long total with 45 degree angles.

Junji: The stamp is a shamrock that I mark all my pieces with. It is a branding iron that my brother (a metal sculptor) made for me.

-- Patrick

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#4 posted 1805 days ago

Nice Job

-- Jim, Kentucky

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#5 posted 1804 days ago

nice group of holders well done

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Jay Neale III

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#6 posted 1802 days ago

Nice work! 45º, huh? I make mine about an inch shorter and cut them at 37º. I see that yours work just fine on the bottles with the high shoulders.

Seriously, that’s beautiful work.

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