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    Posted 7 years ago

    rvelite5
    (24 items)

    Found in an old home built in 1946,
    wicker picnic
    basket
    with lid opened both sides open
    someone took very good care of the basket

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    Comments

    1. AmberRose AmberRose, 7 years ago
      It's Hawk Eye or Redmond. Both very desirable. Does it have a pie shelf? Most get lost.
    2. rvelite5 rvelite5, 7 years ago
      AmberRose, Much needed info ty I didn't know about a pie shelf I will make it a point to continue my search for this part can you describe it for me so I'll know what to look for? RV
    3. Parkerhouse, 7 years ago
      I didn't know it was called a pie shelf, but ours had a horizontal "divider" that had round legs that could be taken out and used as a mini picnic table. I have no idea who made it. My mother got it with trading stamps in the early 60s and it was very durable. Looked just like this one. Nice find.

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