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120 Bottle Wood Wine Rack, No Sales Tax & For Sale
Thiswine rack is priced to sell. It will hold 120 bottles (15 bottles per shelf) with 8 shelves. Each shelf will contain 2 rows. The first row (bottom row) holds 8 bottles and the 2nd row will hold 7 bottles.One thingyou need to know that the uprightsare not one solid piece. They are two pieces that are held together with dowels.The 3rd picture shows how the uprights are connected. The 3rd picture is NOT the same specie of wood; but it has the same design and serves it's purpose by showing you how this beautiful rack is put together.Also, these wine racks may have a visual imperfection.It is more of a Rustic "bulk" Wine Rack verses a finished wine rack.Within our manufacturing process, we refer to this grade as our " A minus" grade. This gradeis only slightly different than our perfect "A" grade. And the average persondoesn't even notice any difference.See below for explanation of our "A minus"grade.
KEEP ONE GIVE ONE AWAY
Another reason why people love this rack and it's utility value is that you don't have to stack each rack on top of one another. It is your choice to keep it as one unit that holds 120 bottles or you can divide it into two parts and have two racks that hold 60 bottles each.You and a friend can split the costand the two of you will end up with a 60 bottle rack. Very affordable.Very flexible.
In our "A minus" grade, we will let anoccassional pieceincludeone of thefollowing: machining defects, slough (sluff)knot, star checked knot, black encased knot, blue stain (light) and some heart stain (redish in color). If you would like to see pictures of these allowable visual defects; please send an email to me(with your return email address). The pictures of the defects are from the rack in the first two pictures. It clearly shows that these imperfections are barely visible (even to the trained eye of a lumberman).
The dimensions are : Width = 31 1/4", Depth = 11"; Heigth = 60" (if you decide to make two racks that hold 60 bottles each, the height would thenbe 30")
If youwant to prevent any tipping; please ask for your free "L-bracket or earthquake strap".