TEAK BOTTLE RACK | UncommonGoods

TEAK BOTTLE RACK | UncommonGoods
One of nature's strongest woods takes on its toughest task yet - caring for your special reserve. This gorgeous block of teak takes center stage, carefully supporting the necks of up to fourteen bottles of your favorite wine. Elegantly braced on fixed base feet, the organic beauty of this tropical hardwood is a striking addition to kitchens, dining rooms and wine cellars.
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