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Project by Ronald Fontenot, Jr. posted 1688 days ago 1880 views 25 times favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Another wine bottle holder design. This one is bloodwood and wenge , the others are purpleheart and yellowheart, bloodwood,walnut and maple, and I agree they make great gifts.

-- Chip, Westlake





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MsDebbieP

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#1 posted 1688 days ago

oooooooooooh these are beautiful – and unique—and look very stable!!

Gorgeous!! ! ! ! !

-- ~ Debbie, Canada (https://www.facebook.com/DebbiePribeleENJOConsultant)

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cedarcanoeman

46 posts in 1695 days


#2 posted 1688 days ago

Enjoy wine and would like to make a couple of these for myself and for gifts. Where did you find a plan? Love the wood combos, great job.

-- Lance, southwest Missouri, cmkld@yahoo.com

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chuck24

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#3 posted 1688 days ago

Ronald,

I like them very much. Outstanding design. What is the depth and width of the base looks like 2.5 by 3 ish maybe. I like tyo cut them at 52 degrees what degree did you find that wourks best for you?

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chuck24

48 posts in 1875 days


#4 posted 1688 days ago

Ronald,

I like them very much. Outstanding design. What is the depth and width of the base looks like 2.5 by 3 ish maybe. I like tyo cut them at 52 degrees what degree did you find that wourks best for you?

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Ronald Fontenot, Jr.

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#5 posted 1688 days ago

Width 2”,depth 2 1/4”, length 9 1/4”, hole diameter 1 3/8” , 35 degrees

-- Chip, Westlake

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Rautenbach

53 posts in 1901 days


#6 posted 1686 days ago

Very Very nice, excellent workmanship and very out of the ’’ box ” design well done

-- Rautenbach,South Africa

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Mean_Dean

1260 posts in 1748 days


#7 posted 1686 days ago

Very nice—I’d like to build a few of these myself!

Which leads me to a question: Is the 35 degree angle, the angle of the hole, or the angle of the base? Whichever one it is, then what is the other angle?

Thanks much!

-- Dean

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Lboy

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#8 posted 1680 days ago

Great design

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Rj

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#9 posted 1677 days ago

Out of all the bottle holders I’ve seen I like these the best great job Ron ! Mean_ Dean makes a good point I’m curious also?

-- Rj's Woodworks,San Jose & Weed Ca,

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CapnEddie

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#10 posted 1543 days ago

I started making these in 1966, I always used 45 degrees as the cut and the hole. I can get a small base one (3/4” X 3”) to hold a bottle absolutely horizontal. I have one with a turned ourline that I have to finish. it’s just a prototype, I’ll post when completed.

Great wasy to use up rips.

-- Makin' Shavin's

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