I’ve recently made a series of bottles that take corks, for some reason.  Corking them off is satisfying, even if those who adopt (buy) them will only use them as vases.  They’ll work wonderfully as vases, but the cork implies that they might also work to hold something delicious and mysterious, like moonshine or homemade limoncello.  You decide.

This little corker features wild grapevine leaves and tendrils, and is glazed in bright celadon.  What sort of grape-based libations might you put in it?  5.25” tall without the cork by 4.5” diameter.  $240.