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Spice Rack/ Quality GNCO Product/ 1950s Kitschy Kitchen

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Kitschy Spice Rack

This cute kitschy spice rack has never been used and still features its foil paper tag-- "A Quality GNCO Product" -- actually on the back of the wooden rack. On each spice container shaker there is a blue paper "Made in Japan" tag. The containers still have their original corks. The spice containers inclued: salt, pepper, nutmeg, spice, clove, ginger-- an interesting array! They are decorated by bas relief fruit.

There is a little rust around the "eyes" where the spice rack hangs on the wall.

We found this gem while we were searching for treasures in Buffalo, New York.

Measures 5 3/4 x 6 3/8 inches.
Each shaker measures 2 3/16 H x 1 5/8 W x 1 3/16 D
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5 out of 5 stars

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Spice Rack/ Quality GNCO Product/ 1950s Kitschy Kitchen

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: wood, ceramic, cork
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