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- flowers - 02-26-1999 01:07 PM
I am looking for an antique wine rack. I would like to know the availability and how much I should spend on this item.<br>
- Jerry D Mead - 02-26-1999 06:56 PM
Tell us more about what you're looking for. What is it made of? Wood? Wrought iron? How old? Or does it just need to look old? You don't give us much to go on.<p>JDM
- flowers - 02-27-1999 08:17 AM
I would be interested in wood only and wood with wrought iron. I like a very rustic look. Since I am a antique novice, I'm not sure how old a piece should be. I would like it to look old. I have heard of wine racks that stand approximately five feet tall. I eventually would like to collect quite a few, different sizes and designs. I am interested in the history behind older wine racks. I understand that during the prohibition many things were destroyed and only the churches were allowed to make and drink wine for religious purposes. <p>I appreciate your response!
- tracy6413 - 08-12-2011 02:16 AM
maybe u can be here find the "Innovative Motorcycle Designed Home Wine Rack":http://www.hallomall.com/innovative-motorcycle-designed-home-wine-rack.html
- winoweenie - 08-12-2011 01:46 PM
Tracy welcome to the board. Howm-so-ebberly you are responding to a 12 year-old post. If Flowers din't get a rack by now am fairly certain she won't need one. WW
- Kcwhippet - 08-12-2011 08:32 PM
I was going to post on the long lag between posts, but.....
- winoweenie - 08-13-2011 12:30 AM
Did youse thunk Flowers was the bride of the Rippie-poo-van winklestein? WW :-T
- andrawes76 - 08-14-2011 12:00 AM
Wow... they sold 174 of them... pretty silly if you ask me. Cute, but silly.