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put a cork in it

November 17, 2011

While sitting around with friends, Robbie and Angie Cook came up with a simple idea:  To make vintage doorknobs into wine stoppers.

Made in Nashville, the decorative bottle stopper features a vintage billiard ball (above) and a reinforced cork ($32).

Other favorites include a glass doorknob ($36, pictured below) and the fleur-de-lis ($22), crafted from actual iron-gate finials.

The vintage golf balls ($26) vary in brand and wear, but will suit golf lovers to a tee.

Besides wine, the stoppers can be used in oils or other specialty bottles.



From → food, gifts, holiday, home

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