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    Posted 12 years ago

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    Looks like turn of century. Wood and glass. Front drawers swing open and sides slide out. Dowles inside (good shape for a bottle of wine on its side). Interesting and pretty piece.

    Anyone know its original use and when it may have been made, where?
    Thanks for your help and time in advance.

    Looking forward to learning about this pretty thing!

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    1. Terri Rehg, 12 years ago
      Looks like a dry goods cabinet- held ribbon and bolts of fabric
    2. hotkitties, 12 years ago
      Is this big enough for bolts of fabrics? I thought it looked way smaller than that.
      Measurements kb?
      It's very cool ;)
    3. kbjordanfl, 12 years ago
      28"wide, 18"deep and 38"tall. We thought fabrics, ribbons sounds so right. I wonder?
    4. hotkitties, 12 years ago
      Wow, bigger than it looks, I thought it was much smaller. Yes, I would agree that was probably the use, it's very nice ;)
    5. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 12 years ago
      This is a antique ribbon cabinet. It held rolls of ribbon in a millinary store and the clerks would take them out and cut and sell the ribbon by the yard. But a a good modern day use is a wine rack.
    6. kat, 12 years ago
      I agree with you. It was in a country store it. Seems a logical use for it. hannah wine rack is just what I thought of! Great minds think alike! Now offto to makeyou repairs andgood fina a buyer! Wish usyou luck! thanks everyone for your help! This is the best site for these types of situations. I just love collectors weekly!!!

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