1985 Italia Cork Stool / Side Table

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Settle in after a long day and sip a glass of wine on your cork wine stool! The sturdy cork stool means you don't have to worry about being a little tipsy and spilling wine on it. In addition, the stool is marked for one of the best years for Italian wine, 1985. Finally, this oversized wine cork can also be used as an end table, making it the perfect versatile statement piece. 

When cork bark is carefully harvested, the cork oak tree can regrow the bark sustaining this versatile renewable resource that has been used to preserve wine for millennia. 


Features: 

  • Made from sustainable cork
  • Easy to clean
  • Made in Portugal

  • Dimensions

  • 17in Tall 
  • 11.5in Diameter

  • Care Instructions: clean with a small amount of dish soap and water. Wipe dry. 

     

      the cork tree is planted, starting the cycle. The cork tree grows its bark thickening. The bark is carefully harvested and turned into commercial products, the bark on the tree regrows and the cycle continues.


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