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Vintage 1960's wrought iron Shabby Chic white wall shelves in a spiral 'staircase' design.
I love the look of old wrought iron with the twisted iron details and the scrollwork and I love it even more all "Shabbied" up in white! This is a great piece!

This piece is decorative and will fit right in with Shabby Chic, Cottage and French Cottage Decors....so versatile. There is a loop at the top for easy hanging and the unit sits flush against the wall. Great for displaying treasured objects in any room of the home or use in the kitchen for spices and small bottles. For small plants this would be an excellent piece.

The entire piece was coated with white in several layers then distressed and shabbied in all the right places and then sealer was applied. Each shelf is triangular or pie shaped and each measures about 6 inches from front to back and 5 1/2 inches wide on the widest part of each shelf. The entire piece is approximately 12 inches wide at it's widest (the shelves are in a spiral design remember) and the entire piece is about 22 inches long.

(Sorry the pink bottle on the shelf in the photos isn't for sale........used as a prop only)

Please enter my shop at the link below and thanks so much for stopping by!
http://www.etsy.com/shop/HydrangeaHillVintage?ref=si_shop

Vintage White Shabby Chic Wall Shelf, Wrought Iron, Cottage Decor Wall Shelves, Distressed , Chippy, French Cottage Iron Shelves, Shelf

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: wrought iron, paint, sealer
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 406 reviews
  • Favorited by: 47 people