Handmade Black Walnut Wood Wine Bottle Stopper

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Handmade Black Walnut Wood Wine Bottle Stopper
  • Handmade Black Walnut Wood Wine Bottle Stopper
  • Handmade Black Walnut Wood Wine Bottle Stopper
  • Handmade Black Walnut Wood Wine Bottle Stopper
  • Handmade Black Walnut Wood Wine Bottle Stopper
  • Handmade Black Walnut Wood Wine Bottle Stopper
  • Handmade Black Walnut Wood Wine Bottle Stopper
  • Handmade Black Walnut Wood Wine Bottle Stopper
  • Handmade Black Walnut Wood Wine Bottle Stopper
USD
$19.99
The wood is turned on a lathe, sanded to a fine finish and polished, to bring out the natural beauty of the wood, all by hand.  It is a water proof, high gloss finish that is non-toxic and non-flammable after drying.  Over time, the oils from your hand will enhance the finish and the wood may darken.

NOTICE:  NO TREES WERE HARMED IN ANY WAY IN THE MAKING OF THIS PRODUCT.  THE WOOD IS HARVESTED FROM THE PRUNING OF TREES.
 

I do not use duplicating equipment in any of my work. Each item is handmade one at a time. Therefore, even with like woods, with their unique and varying grain patterns, no two bottle stoppers will be identical. This bottle stopper is truly one of a kind.

I take custom orders.  If you do not see what you are are looking for, message me to have a
bottle stopper, or any other item, custom made.

Chrome is an extremely long wearing plating capable of resisting everyday wear and tear.  Highly recommended, chrome gives you a shiny rich look.

WALNUT:
  Juglans is a plant genus of the family Juglandaceae, the seeds of which are known as Walnuts.  The 21 species in the genus range across the north temperate Old World from southeast Europe east to Japan, and more widely in the New World from southeast Canada west to California and south to Argentina.  The trivial name walnut derives from Old English wealhhnutu, literally ‘foreign nut,’ with wealh meaning ‘foreign.’  The walnut was so called because it was introduced from Gaul and Italy.  The Latin name for the Walnut was nux Gallica, Gallic nut.
   The two most commercially important species are Juglans Regia for timber and nuts, and Juglans Nigra for timber.  Both species have similar cultivation 
Requirements and are widely grown in temperate zones.  
   The common walnut and black walnut and it’s allies, are important for their attractive timber, which is hard, dense tight-grained and polishes to a very smooth finish.  The color ranges from creamy white in the sapwood to a dark choclate colour in the heartwood.  When kiln-dried, walnut wood tends toward a dull brown color, but when air-dried can become a rich purplish-brown.  Because of it’s color, hardness and grain, it is a prized furniture and carving wood.  Walnut burls are commonly used to create bowls and other turned pieces.  Walnut wood has been the timber of choice for gun makers for centuries.  
  Black walnut (Juglans nigra) is highly prized for its dark-colored, true heartwood. It is heavy and strong, yet easily split and worked. Walnut wood has historically been used for gunstocks, furniture, flooring, paddles, coffins, and a variety of other wood products.
 
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