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Antique butchers rack / rail

S/N:HH-314

+44 (0)1254 389559

+44 (0)7866 370030

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approx mid century

  • £560.00
  • €671 Euro
  • $746 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2017
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An antique / vintage wall mounted butchers rack or rails. Made for constant use in a busy butchers and now ready for several more lifetimes use.
What a great way to store your pots and pans and kitchen implements with visual impact and super efficient for a keen cook.
Great quality made of heavy chromed steel with good lustrous thick chroming.
It has been fully cleaned and polished (several hours work). Some scratches to chrome (none through to steel) but generally light and show up in harsh light (under bright photography lights!).
A really useful size that could be used in domestic kitchens and easily fixed to the wall (holes in brackets for screws/bolts). Most commercial ones were much larger and screwed into the ceiling timbers!
A shelf could be added to the top of the brackets relatively easily ( as they return to the wall horizontally). I can supply hardwood for this if requested in iroko.
Dimensions in inches/cms;
Rail or bar lengths are 42"/107cm (this would be the maximum width).
Max. height (of brackets) is 25.5"/65cm.
The horizontal bars / rails are 1.5"/4cm high and approx 0.25"/6mm thick.
Max. depth / projection is 10"/25.5 cm (approx distance of top rail from wall).
The bottom rail is 6.5"/15.5cm away from the wall.
Height between rails is 10.5"/27cm.
Fixing holes are approx. .375"/1.2cm diameter.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 65cm (25.59in)
  • W: 107cm (42.13in)
  • D: 25.5cm (10.04in)

Period: 

approx mid century

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HAES ANTIQUES

By Appointment Only
Lancashire
BB12, UK
United Kingdom

WWW.HAES.CO.UK

Edward Haes has been dealing in architectural elements and antiques for the past 20 years, initially sourcing most of his stock from disused public buildings and demolition sites.  Some of his architectural pieces can be found on The Hoarde.

He enjoyed the social history of these places and wishes all his later purchases could have the same perfect provenance.

He continues to buy a diverse range of antiques, with a speciality in lighting, mainly from the UK and sells to dealers, commercial and private clients. He is happy to “tune in” to customers projects and help advise on selecting  the correct pieces.  You can also find some of Haes other items on the Decorative Collective website as well.

Viewings are welcome by appointment only.

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