Flat Top Wine Bottle Stopper

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Item# 63932
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Product Features

  • Great gift idea!
  • Features a 1-1/2" (at widest point) x 2" pad to adhere your glass art
  • Brilliant nickel plated finish


Product Description

Add a touch of glass to your kitchen with a beautiful glass art wine bottle stopper.
Make the perfect conversation piece for a holiday party or an unforgettable gift. Stylish stopper features a blank specially made for fused or stained glass. When not being used, keep your glass art stoppers on display with stand #63973 (sold separately). For display when serving, not recommended for long term contact or storage. Food safe.

Flat Top bottle stopper shown with #63931 Round Top bottle stopper and displayed in a wine bottle. Little Flowers Bottle Stopper project image courtesy of Diamond Tech.

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