For over 20 years Tony Potter has been working and living as an illusionist and magician, but this renaissance-man-entertainer also has a passion for woodworking. Combining all his unique skills, he designed a wine rack called Pinetti that makes bottles appear to vanish. And while many of us don’t need any help making wine disappear, it’s still fun to see this seemingly standard wine rack do its magic.
The rack is made from red oak and finished with Danish oil in Virginia wine country. They are 8 1/2 inches x 18 inches x 7 1/2 inches and hold 12 bottles in total with only six visible to the naked (or drunk) eye.
The racks cost $295, and are so popular that they’re currently out of stock, but if you’ve just fallen in love you can sign up on this website to be notified when they’re back on the sales floor.
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