Wine Barrel Candle Holder Made From Recycled Oak Wine Barrel Stave FREE 3 day shipping - B078MDNVMS

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  • These unique hand crafted candle holders are made from oak wine barrel staves from Columbia Valley in Washington state. The stave is carefully sanded back to it's original wood showing the uniqueness of the grain and then sealed with two coats of clear coat lacquer to bring out the beauty of the wood grain. The underside is stained from the red wine previously held in the barrels. This 9 tea light holder has a beautiful arch that is not easily seen by these pictures.

  • These unique hand crafted candle holders are made from oak wine barrel staves from Columbia Valley wineries in Washington state. The stave is carefully sanded back to it's original wood showing the uniqueness of the grain and then sealed with two coats of clear coat lacquer to bring out the beauty of the wood grain. The underside is stained from the red wine previously held in the barrels. This 23 inches long 9 tea light holder has a beautiful arch that is not easily seen by these pictures.. This candle holder is a piece of history on it's own and adds a wonderful ambience to any setting. The cost of $39.99 plus ALL ORDERS ARE FREE SHIPPING is for a single item (9 tea candle holder or send me a note for 7 or 5 ) 6 Quick Facts About The Columbia Valley: The Columbia Valley AVA was established in 1984 and is located on the eastern side of Washington State and a small part of Oregon. The region contains 50,316 acres of vineyards representing 99% of Washington wine country, making it just a touch bigger than Napa Valley (45,000 acres.) The Columbia Valley contains 12 other AVAs including the well-known Walla Walla Valley, Horse Heaven Hills, Red Mountain, and Yakima Valley. Annual rainfall in the Columbia Valley averages 6 to 8 inches (15-20 cm.) To put that in context, that’s about as dry as the Gobi Desert in Mongolia, which sees about 7.6 inches! The Columbia River, as well as snowmelt from the Cascade Mountains, supplies the region’s water for agriculture (including apples, of which Washington is the world’s largest producer.) Columbia Valley soils are predominantly loess (wind-blown silt and sand soils created by the Missoula Floods) and result in wines with increased aromatics. P.S. PLEASE CONTACT ME WHAT KIND 9, 7 or 5. If I am not contacted I will assume to send 9 candle holder. (Also 2 inches diameter Votive candle size available upon request)

    Wine Barrel Candle Holder Made From Recycled Oak Wine Barrel Stave FREE 3 day shipping - B078MDNVMS