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Wine Cell Bottle Holder

Wine Cell by Danish design studio Fiduz, is a completely new and innovative way to store your wine bottles on a wall. You can place wine bottles suspended one by one, only your imagination limits how you wish to design formations or which pattern you want to create. WineCell comes in a package with 3 pieces, and is easy to mount.



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CAST IRON HOUSE

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