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Wine Bottle Stopper - Salvaged Antique Doorknob

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Wine Bottle Stopper - Salvaged Antique Doorknob

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This is a repurposed 19th century antique glass and brass doorknob that has found a new life as a wine bottle stopper. Stainless steel stopper features black stop rings for different sized bottle openings. Handmade in our Rochester, NY workshop, no two are alike.
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