We have a winner! The re-purposed functional ART goes to Matt Velasco.
(Matt, please email your contacts at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Doyle Wheeler can take a wine barrel of over 10 years which housed various Red Blends, most recently held the seductive Syrah from Latah Creek Wine Cellars in Spokane WA. and Ta da! turn it into ART with a purpose.
The beautiful Cork 'n Stopper shown below is the re-purposed functional art of Sip's favorite Accidental Artist. A 100+year old french oak, precision turned and hand polished by Doyle Wheeler the "accidental artist" at Ammo-Head design to fit this 2-n-1 Corkscrew stopper! Pop the top and stop it too!!
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