Holcomb's Woodworking is nestled in the beautiful scenic mountains of West Virginia. The business consists of a husband and wife team, Phil and Teresa Holcomb, who have been part of the retail and wholesale business for 20 years. Full time studio artist the Holcomb's work is featured in galleries across the United States. They have been featured on a national woodworking television show and documentaries, as well as numerous magazine and book articles. All of their items are handmade using domestic and exotic woods. Their greatest fascination and love though comes from reclaiming wood that has been abandoned on old logging sites and turning it into treasured heirlooms.
Out of the Woods, Into the Wine
A tasteful mix of refined and rustic woodworking styles is put on full display in Phil and Teresa Holcomb's substantial wine stopper. Made from rich walnut wood, salvaged from lumber sites, this handsome, hand-milled stopper is made in the live edge style and seals the pourer with an airtight rubber seal for proper preservation—and striking presentation—of your unfinished vino. Live edge or natural edge is a furniture style where the carpenter incorporates the natural edge of the wood into the design of the finished piece. The knots, burrs, and figured grain characteristic of the wood can be observed in this naturally fine accent piece that balances the untamed forms found in nature with decades of woodworking expertise. Once popped, this utterly organic plug sits balanced on one of its four, smooth sides to contain drips and keep surfaces free of stubborn stains. Wood is hand-carved in West Virginia. Rubber stopper is made in Pennsylvania.
Due to the reclaimed and handmade nature of the product, each stopper is one-of-a-kind.
Made in the USA
This item has been discontinued. When it sells out, it will no longer be available.