Wine Cellar Innovations Wine Cellar Innovations CBTL Copper Bottle Tabletop Founatin P3809522WNS-CBTL Wine Cellar Innovations CBTL Copper Bottle Tabletop Founatin 3809522 54.88lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
504.2600 Discontinued


Wine Cellar Innovations CBTL Copper Bottle Tabletop Founatin

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Product Description

Manufacturer Part Number: CBTL

This unique wine cellar humidification fountain is hand crafted. The colors on the grapes and leaves are created by applying heat and acid to the copper. It is sealed with polyurethane, so the material will not age in color or tarnish. Just add your favorite wine bottle to complete the look. Each piece is a custom creation and may vary slightly from the original. Please note that fountain & fountain accessory products are non-returnable.

An upgraded humidistat package is available. This upgraded package includes the fountain , a mister fogger, and a humidistat at a packaged price. The fountain and the humidistat will ship seperately.

Height: 11 1/2"
Width: 20"
Depth: 14"

All humidification fountains are non-returnable.
Warranty on Parts only.
Pump & Humidistat: 90 Day No Questions Asked Warranty
Brass decorative parts: Covers damage on arrival (entire unit will need to be returned for replacement).
There are no returns on the Copper Bottle Fountain (FNTCBTL/FNTCBTLSYS) or the Grapevine Copper Fountains (FNTBRCO/FNTBRCOSYS and FNTBUCO/FNTBUCOSYS) for any reason. These three fountain models are hand-made and custom manufactured per order.

NOTE: PO BOX deliveries are not available.

Product Specifications


Return Policy

Return could only be applied within 5 days after delivery.

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