Nathan Scaccia in CA, turned this beautiful wine
goblet stopper. The stopper is inside the goblet.
Artists' Bottle Stoppers Gallery
All of these stoppers were made by our customers.
There is no "best" size or shape for stoppers. These bottles are all the same height and the
various size stoppers all look great.
Visit often, as new customers send pictures regularly.
See more of an artist's work by clicking links.
*note: if there is no link, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 717-486-5232
and I will put you in contact with the artist.
Gregg McDonald made bottle openers for 8
groomsmen; laser engraved personal details.
This is the other 4 Gregg McDonald made and
laser engraved the personalized details.
Gregg McDonald uses deer antler
as handles on bottle cap openers.
Gary Heinzig put copper flakes
in urethane then turned it.
Marco Ziegler, Germany, turned
Apple wood handles on openers.
Frank Kobilsek, exquisite woodturning! Three
unique bottle cap openers that are awesome.
Robert Gnuse, NE, inserted deer antler tips on
the stainless wine stoppers.
Kurt Rogers used a Banksia
Pod in resin for this creation.
Kurt Rogers, The Turning Junction, turned this
Banksia Pod, filling it with resin. Beautiful!
Wonderful classical design for bottle cap opener,
wine stopper and opener done by Russell Smoak.
This is the first bottle stopper Ben
Shaver in TN ever turned. Nice work!
Lee Westlund made a stainless bartender mixing
spoon set and stoppers as a gift for his daughter.
Alan Haught, WV, created these two beautiful
stainless steel bottle stoppers.
Ronnie Blando created these; L is
wine stopper, R is whiskey stopper.
Josh Harris turned this brass
bottle stopper from Padauk.
Roger Ziegler cut 45 degree angle saw kerf cuts and
glued in splines of contrasting wood. Pretty cool.
Roger Ziegler, WI, glued together acrylic pen
blanks to create these whiskey bottle stoppers.
This is the big whiskey bottle Wayne
Elms turned the big stopper for!
Wayne Elms turned a big
stopper for a big whiskey bottle.
Tom Smith in PA, used Osage Orange to turn
his first bottle stoppers. Good job!
Lavonne Winger in WI created these adorable
Holiday wine bottle stoppers.
Earl Doan created this original
design on a 3D printer.
This shows the details of Earl Doan's
Van Der Kamp
Bruce Van Der Kamp in CO likes to play
with combining wood. I love it!
Aldeane Josephs creates awesome bottle stoppers.
Visit her Online shop to see more creations.
Scott Polzin made this great stopper with
the new top shelf whiskey bottle stopper.
Benjamin Randolph in WV created these
beautiful wine bottle stoppers
Robert Gooley in NV turned these as his
Larry Horowitz in NC turned these awesome
electric blue stainless stoppers
Gar Brandt in FL did these stoppers with the
University of Florida's "Gators" logo .
Patrick Cruz in FL turned these bottle stoppers
and did a great job on the shapes..
Sean Murphy in PA turned this
beautiful bottle stopper.
Sean Murphy, PA, shows how
beautiful a piece of colorwood can be.
Reece Burgoon in MO created these unique
beer bottle openers. Nice variety of shapes
George Wurtzel, TN, teaches woodworking
to the blind. This bottle stopper shows his talent!
Steve Wohlgemuth made this bottle
opener to support our troops!
Jim Leonard in FL created this great
Contemporary wine bottle stopper.
Chad Hartley in IN, created these great
wine stoppers using laminated wood.
Jim Hatch in Ohio made these as Christmas
gifts for his family.
John Brinkerhoff uses various objects to add
interesting accents to his bottle stoppers
James Brunk in TX turned this stopper
for a bottle of Buffalo Trace..
Gary Heinzig was commissioned to make these
100 bottle stoppers.
Mitch Myers inset a turquoise stone in
a turned Mahogany stopper top.
Jim Collingwood in SD turned this terrific
bottle opener and bottle stopper set.
Jim Collingwood in Sioux Falls, SD turned these
unique wine bottle stoppers.
John Brinkerhoff turned this array of stainless
Peter Pihos in MD created this beautiful and
hand friendly wine bottle stopper.
Scott Polzin, MN, turned over 50 bottle stoppers
and bottle openers as favors for his wedding.
Tom Fronapfel in NV created great stoppers
using pine cones in resin.