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1951 George Nelson Log Rack with Canvas Carrier

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Enameled iron, birch and canvas log rack for the fireplace. First released in 1951, in production to 1955. The canvas carrier allows you to easily transport the wood from outside to in. Canvas is in very good condition, light use. Iron also in very good condition.

Details

  • Condition
    Good.
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H 11.5 in. x W 21.25 in. x D 21.25 in.

    H 29.21 cm x W 53.98 cm x D 53.98 cm

  • Seller location
    Denver, CO
  • Reference number
    LU127922419272

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