Bottle Stoppers

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Project by Indiana_Parrothead posted 1755 days ago 1254 views 0 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here area a few bottle stoppers that I made about a month ago. The first two are a curley bubinga. The second two are a brown mallee burl and the other is Bois De Rose also called madagascar rosewood. The bubinga and the brown mallee look pretty good but the Bois De Rose is a very dark wood, hard to see the grain even. The pieces were sanded to 12000 grit with micro mesh and finished with Mylands friction polish.

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#1 posted 1755 days ago

I like your design, nice stoppers!

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#2 posted 1755 days ago

The curley bubinga looks amazing. Nice work.

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#3 posted 1754 days ago

wow theses are nice. I don’t drink wine but if I did I would guess these would cost $50 each ?

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#4 posted 1754 days ago

I wish I could get $50 a piece for them. Right now I am just building up my inventory. I hope to put them either in EBay or Etsy before Christmas.

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#6 posted 1754 days ago

Very nice, indeed. I especially like the Bubinga.

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