These finely turned bottle stoppers with raw-edged tops were created by Doug Dill, master wood crafter in Lanexa, Virginia. Wood for the raw-edged stoppers was sourced from a pecan tree planted at George Washington's Mount Vernon circa 1850. Color, grain, and shape will vary for each unique bottle stopper.
The heavy tapered chrome stopper has a triple ring of silicone which creates a tight seal. The stopper measures approximately 5 3/4" overall.