Blonde Wood Wine Trough
Not your usual ice bucket, ours offers rustic stowage for white wine, soda and beer.
KEY PRODUCT POINTS
- Made of hand-carved mango wood.
- Galvanized-iron bin.
- Wine Trough: 17.75" wide x 7.5" deep x 8.25" high
- Monogramming is available at an additional charge.
- Monogram will be centered on long side of trough and is approximately 1.75" high, varying slightly depending on font chosen.
- Dimensions & Care
- Overall: 17.75" wide x 7.5" deep x 8.25" high
- Bin: 16.75" wide x 6.25" deep x 5.25" high
CARE & MAINTENANCE
- Bin removes for hand washing.
- Stand: Wipe with a soft dry cloth.
- Shipping & Return Info
This is a general shipping item.
Hassle Free Returns
We take great pride in the quality and craftsmanship of each and every Pottery Barn product and we hope you love your purchase. If for any reason you do not, you have 30 days – or 7 days for all Quick Ship upholstery items – to return your purchase for a full refund or exchange. You can return most non-furniture items to your local Pottery Barn store, free of charge.
Delivery fees are non-refundable and prior purchases are not eligible for a price adjustment. The following items are non-eligible for returns or exchanges:
- Monogrammed items
- Gift cards
- Special-order items (including made-to-order upholstery and custom order rugs)
- Final Sale items (identified by a price ending in $.X7 or $.X9)
- Items damaged through normal wear and tear.
Questions? See our full Return Policy.
- Our Quality Commitment
We have a firm commitment to quality. We take great pride in our timeless designs, premium materials and expert craftsmanship.
The Hand of the Artist
Nearly all of our products are imagined and designed in our San Francisco studios. Our artists hand-create prototypes for everything from seasonal dinnerware to patchwork quilts to lighting.
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