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Made by the Three Mountaineers company out of Asheville, North Carolina, this largest of the spice racks that have made them famous can fit up to 33 spice jars, depending on jar size. On the front door, it features loads of adorable images that will conjure up feelings of warmth, home and, most of all, comfort food. With renderings of cakes, bread, fresh herbs, chickens, pies, this cabinet is sure to inspire the great chef within you! The inside chart provides a comprehensive guide to spice usage, compatibility, and availability of different types of spices. It measures twenty inches wide by nineteen inches tall by about three inches deep. This is a substantial piece that can sit against the back splash or be hung from the attached hooks. The front image is in nice shape. It's got a natural patina to it, but no tears or obvious staining. Overall condition excellent.

Vintage Spice Rack - Three Mountaineers 1965

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: wood
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 2 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2 people