Short Mandrel Wine Bottle Stopper

$7.95 USD
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Item# 63933
Availability: Expected to be available July 08, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Great gift idea!
  • Showcase your flameworked beads
  • Short Mandrel measures 1-1/4", fits beads with 1/8" (or larger) holes
  • Brilliant nickel plated finish

Product Description

Add a touch of glass to your kitchen with these beautiful wine bottle stoppers.
Make the perfect conversation piece for a holiday party or an unforgettable gift. The mandrel Wine Bottle Stopper allow you to change the display beads easily. 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.

Short Mandrel measures 1-1/4"; for beads with holes of at least 1/8" diameter. If creating your own lampworked beads use #324418 1/8" mandrels.

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Pros : These were a great price and the rubber gasket part fits most bottles snugly.
Cons : I was really disappointed with the batch I got. The stems were wobbly and the plating was completely off several of the stems.
Other Thoughts : Not sure if I just got a bum batch of stoppers. I will not buy again.
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  •   Wine Bottle Stopper
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Pros : Excellent quality and makes a good appearance.
Cons : Mandrel is too large for some of my beads. The mandrel screws into the stopper which makes it removable if the bottle is too tall for the refrigerator. However, I had a problem getting it to stay tight -- added a little lock grip which works well.
Other Thoughts : These make stunning gifts for your wine-drinking friends.
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