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  • Gin Time 02 November 2017 | Comments (0)

    The recently launched Gin & Tonic racks have proved to be very popular and the ideas and possibilities are endless with these.  I’ve had lots of bespoke orders with clients choosing a mix of various size holes.
    Here’s a few more designs and configurations recently produced.

    Gin and Tonic Rack

     

    Gin and Tonic Rack

     

    Gin and Tonic Rack

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    The Gin craze seems to be going from strngth to strength with new distilleries opening up almost weekly and more established brands introducing more flavours and twists on their orginail recipes.

    I thought I'd try and come up with a design for these Gin Fans to enure they can store their favourtie bottles in style. This was quite simple and just required merging two different sizes into one design. Large holes for the Gin bottles and a much smaller hole for the Tonic which is an essential part.

    Starting with just a couple of variations these have proved to be very popular and I've alomost sold out already.  I can configure these to your specific requirements and with more trips planned down to the quarry to source the exact stone required, means I'll have plenty more back in stock over the coming weeks, in time for Christmas.

    Gin & Tonic Rack

    Gin & Tonic Rack

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    Photo Shoot 02 October 2017 | Comments (0)

    I was lucky enough to book in a professional photo shoot with a talented local photographer as I was keen to capture the striking beauty of some of my more recent racks. The previous shoot produced some fantastic images and I was very keen to maintain the same approach and style to keep things consistent. However, this time Dan had some new, brighter lighting and the results are amazing. The light bounces off the angles and jagged edges so softly. Here are a few examples....

    Slate wine rack

     

    Slate wine rack

     

    Slate wine rack

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    The workshop is now closed and will reopen on Monday August 14th.

    slate workshop closure

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