Jamie Page, UK turned this bottle opener
and bottle stopper. See video.
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Jamie Page in UK turned this goblet from a resin
blank made by Jake Thompson. Fantastic!
Robert Rose in FL turned these bottle stoppers
from Osage Orange wood. Quite attractive.
Stephen Dietz in LA turned this customized whiskey
stopper to fit a half gallon Crown Royal bottle.
Harold Mills in FL turned this honeycomb
bottle stopper with a beehive shape. Nice!
Joel Horner, TX, poured his own honeycomb blank,
turned a shot glass for a whiskey bottle stopper.
Joel Horner, TX poured his own honeycomb
blank to turn this whiskey bottle stopper.
Joel Horner, TX, poured his own resin
blank for this turned whiskey stopper.
Another honeycomb turning blank made
by Joel Horner, TX. Shot glass stopper!
Joel Horner in TX used shavings from a Fostner
bit in resin for this bottle stopper. Beautiful.
Wayne Carawan in VA made this inventory of bottle
stoppers to sell at a Craft Fair.
Jeff Kay, OK, turned these brightly dyed Maple
burl bottle stoppers and botte opener.
Colorful array of bottle stoppers created by Tony
Rotundo in De. Very attractive selection.
Skip Hayes in TN, turned these husky whiskey
and Bourbon bottle stoppers. Great Man gift!
Skip Hayes in TN turned this lovely array of kitchen
utensils for the craft shows. Nice work.
Matt Kasprowicz, MI, turned a wine and whiskey
bottle stopper and a beer bottle opener as a
house warming gift with the bottles of each.
Arvids Ernstsons in MI poured these blanks
and turned beautiful whiskey bottle stoppers.
John Simpson, Calif. used 7 different
woods for the bottle and label, which is
all inlay design. Fantastic work!
John Simpson, Calif., turned the tray, the
stopper and the bottle! All details are inlay.
Jeff Kay in OK turned these beer bottle opener,
can tab pull combos. The one on the L is Maple.
Ken Lynch in CA, turned wood eggs and a friend
painted them. He used SS-9038 stoppers. Great!
Ron Erwin in NY made these antique door knob
bottle stoppers. They look terrific in the bottles.
Geoff Brookman in TN, Olive wood finished
with Pens Plus. Geoff's first stoppers.
John O'Brien in FL turned these great stoppers.
His first attempt at hybrid casting. Beautiful work.
Stopper display with a flare.
Medallion in 1937-38 Ford V8 gear shift to be
available at the Early Ford V8 Meet in Calif.
Bob Merz, coordinator for the Early Ford
V8 Meet, is using 1937 Ford gear shift
knobs on stoppers. Early Ford Museum.
Ron Erwin in NY, uses antique doorknobs to
create unique bottle stoppers. Nice.
Tony Rotundo in DE, made this stopper
using sea stones. So pretty!
Gordon Harmon in CT turned this beautiful
selection of wine bottle stoppers.
Dale Slaughter in NY turned this array of bottle
stoppers. Nice display
Marc Collis in IA turned these wine bottle stoppers.
Peterson 2 pink
Rick Peterson in WA made this beautiful
bottle opener and stopper set.
Roger Ferman in TX makes these natural edge
Roger Ferman, TX, makes bottle stoppers leaving
the natural edge and they are unique.
Tony Rotundo in DE created this starfish
bottle stopper. So attractive!
Jim Walcott in AR engraves items he
makes as gifts as "thanks for all
the blessings" he's received.
Tom Clark in NC, used 150 yr. old spalted White
Oak to make the whiskey stoppers and stand.
Beautiful work and super special gift!
Steve Knotts in WV turns oak barrel bungs into
stoppers and custom engraves the tops. Nice!
Meghan Zenteno in WA turned these wine bottle
stoppers. These are the first she's ever made!
Daniel Dubois, KS, has been busy turning resin
bottle stoppers. Great array.
Mike Sheahan, NY, carved this
St. Patrick's Day special stopper.
Rick Peterson in WA turned these colorful
bottle cap openers. Love the green shades..
Peter Baum in Ohio uses antique pocket watches
to create very unique bottle stoppers.
Tim Tucker in NC, turned this wine glass
from Bacote and put Abalone shells
on the top. Cool design.
Jeff Kumjian, in GA, turned these stoppers using
Cedar, Olive wood and Pink Ivory. Nice shapes.
Gary McLean in TX turned the perfect
stopper Sombrero for his Tequila!
Jeff Williams made these stoppers with resin in shells.
He works with BARN in Bainbridge Island, WA.
Jeff Williams, WA, turned this array of stoppers
using mostly brass stopper bases.
Jeff Williams, another stopper with resin
poured into a shell and turned.
Don Wolfe in Calif. uses golf ball markers in the
tops of bottle stoppers. Great idea!
Awesome bottle stopper and base done
by Steve Mawson. Perfect basket weave
Steve Mawson, NE, turned this stopper and base
then did the basket weave illusion work. I love it!
Mark Abner in KY turned this beautiful bottle
stopper and shot glass. Terrific work!
Larry Sutton mounted a Challenge coin
to the stopper with clear epoxy. Wow!
Gary Mouser, TX, beautiful red swirl
stopper and perfect blue can tab pull.
Green resin stopper with purple swirls.
Wood wine stopper by Gary Mouser.
Gary Mouser, TX, left; resin whiskey
stopper: right, turned wood wine stopper.
Jim Rinde's grandson put a Tea Tree flower
in clear resin to create this bottle stopper.