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New, Green Stoneware Wine Chiller

$70.00

New, Green Stoneware Wine Chiller

Great gift for the wine lover in your life (or treat yourself)! Personalize your gift by including your favorite bottle or a local wine with the pottery piece.

Keep your whites cold and your reds from leaving stains with this beautiful stoneware wine chiller. This item is the perfect width to keep your bottle cold and add a touch of refinement to your dinner parties. These hand thrown pottery pieces have thick walls to keep your wine cooler longer with gorgeous glazes to complement your style.

White Wine:

-Stick the stoneware wine chiller in the freezer to get it nice and cold.

-After opening your favorite bottle of white and pouring a glass, place the bottle into the wine chiller.

Red Wine:

-Use the chiller at room temp to stop drips from running down the bottle and staining your table or counters.

When this piece is not safeguarding your favorite bottle, it makes a beautiful holder for utensils, makeup brushes, pencils and pens, etc. and adds a touch of artisan craftsmanship to your daily life.

This handmade wine chiller goes right from your freezer or fridge to the table to keep your wine chilled. The stoneware clay does a great job of sealing in the cool.

No need for ice buckets or messy ice containers. Just serve at the table from this handmade pottery.

The Chiller is 6.5" x 6" and fits any regular bottle of wine.

For your table or the wine enthusiast in your life.

This wine chiller was created and fired in our home studio in Madoc, Ontario by Jeff Stevens of Stevens Pottery.

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About the Artists

Jeff and Nora have been retired from working for a living for several years and now enjoy "living for a living". Jeff is an accomplished musician as well as being a talented potter and all around good guy while Nora's other passions include meddling in her children's lives, her grandchildren, cooking and creating stained glass. Jeff and Nora live in a beautiful century home in Madoc, Ontario and share a really great workspace/studio behind their house.