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The pictured item is 12 inches long.

Photo: Brunk Auctions


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#31 Antique Cup Plate Racksandersonrd 2019-03-07 12:26
A rack used to display a treasured collection of antique cup plates.
#30 Spoon rackJonandnancy71 2019-02-28 07:34
It’s a spoon rack for displaying decorative or collectors spoons.
#29 RE: It's #whatsitwednesd ay!reasons51 2019-02-28 05:00
My mother always found a use for everything, but she used hers for storing spools of thread. The old wooden spools, were turned sideways,with center tab holding in place.
#28 whatsitwednesda yHOWDYFOLKS 2019-02-28 01:35
it is a drying rack foe silk hoes during the great depression
#27 spoon holderPandabear46 2019-02-27 23:52
Mom had one to hold the tourist spoons fro different states and countries
#26 DISPLAY SPOON RACKGANANA45 2019-02-27 23:07
A displace spoon rack used by spoon collectors to display the spoons they have collected from around the world.
#25 SPOON DISPLAY RACKGANANA45 2019-02-27 23:01
This is a display rack to hold a person's collection of spoons from places they visited around the world.
#24 What's it Wednesdaysuem22 2019-02-27 19:56
It looks like it may be a display for thimbles.
#23 RE: It's #whatsitwednesd ay!Alliebickmore 2019-02-27 17:06
I think its a tie rack
#22 RE: It's #whatsitwednesd ay!patsyann45 2019-02-27 16:55
A towel drying rack for the kitchen.

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