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Victorian Kitchen Rack

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Product Information

Made of:

iron

Dimensions:

8.5''H x 19''Dia

Color/finish:

black/brown

Why We Love This

Wrought iron kitchen ceiling fixture; used in the 19th century for hanging pots or cured meats.

San Francisco’s Antique & Art Exchange was founded in 1995 by Keith Dieterich and Howard Settle, who buy what they love--and love to mix it up. The resulting mélange, a spectacular collection of furniture, accessories, and classic and hard-to-find items spanning 3,000 years, lures a loyal clientele that includes heads of state, billionaires, artists, haute-couture legends, nobility, and of course, interior designers. Fans of great mirrors, comfortable chairs, and miles of books, they curated this sale with the spirit of an English country house in mind.

Why We Love This

Wrought iron kitchen ceiling fixture; used in the 19th century for hanging pots or cured meats.

San Francisco’s Antique & Art Exchange was founded in 1995 by Keith Dieterich and Howard Settle, who buy what they love--and love to mix it up. The resulting mélange, a spectacular collection of furniture, accessories, and classic and hard-to-find items spanning 3,000 years, lures a loyal clientele that includes heads of state, billionaires, artists, haute-couture legends, nobility, and of course, interior designers. Fans of great mirrors, comfortable chairs, and miles of books, they curated this sale with the spirit of an English country house in mind.