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Ceramic Wine Bottle Stopper, Handmade Multi Coloured Assorted Cork

Ceramic Wine Bottle Stopper, Handmade Multi Coloured Assorted Cork

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This charming and vibrant wine bottle stopper with lead-free glaze has been hand-crafted in Jaipur, India. With its intricately hand-painted detail, it is truly one of a kind.

Each piece in our assorted collection is unique in its design and handpainted art. Preserve your wine in style with this assorted collection. The easy insert and remove feature makes it optimal. This is a keepsake souvenir for wine lovers of all ages.

Kindly check the dimensions before buying this bottle top for your decanter or bottle. Please have a look at the photo for size details.


Features
  • Fair Trade wine bottle stopper
  • Made in India, reusable wine bottle accessory
  • Hand-made pottery cork top item
  • Assorted vibrant and colourful design
  • Cork Stopper for wine or oil bottles
  • Bar or Kitchen accessory 
  • Ceramic Handmade & Handpainted Top
  • Materials: Ceramic, cork, stone, wood

Dimensions (approximate)
  • 2.25 inches or 5.7 cm Length
  • 1.75 inches or 4.4 cm Diameter


Note 

  • Due to the nature of hand-made products, kindly expect slight imperfections in "Handmade Ceramic Wine Bottle Stopper - Assorted, Multicoloured, Bottle Tops". This is not a defect and items are non-refundable due to this reason.
  • Handwash recommended.

 

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About Indian Pottery & Artisans

Pottery is an age-old art in India. Artisans in Rajasthan use a potter's wheel, handmade moulds, and their hands to shape natural clay into beautiful works of functional art.

It is an art that has been sustained for generations in the rural areas of India. Artisans shape clay, dry the wares under the sun, engrave them and then polish them to give them a finished lustrous look.