*VINTAGE '70S / '80S ELEGANTLY DESIGNED WROUGHT IRON MAGAZINE RACK FOR NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, FIRE LOGS, BOOKS
I came across this very sturdy vintage (what looks to me) like wrought iron or metal magazine rack in an antique store in charming Madison, Georgia several years ago. Madison is known for their wonderful plethora of antique stores and malls and I never leave there without a carload of antiques.
I love all the curls and scrolls on the magazine rack which can also be used for other things; such as to hold a small supply of fire logs next to the fireplace, great for magazines and books in a study or bedroom, newspapers in the living room next to your favorite chair, etc.
The finish is dark espresso with gold highlights brushed across the metal which gives it the appearance of dark brown with subtle gold. When I first saw it, it looked black but upon closer examination, it looks like dark brown with gold. There are decorative coppery colored "bands" wrapped around the metal in various places on the rack. Substantial weight to it. Large handle on top which is so easy to pick up and carry it.
Measures 19-1/2" high and 15-7/8" across at the widest point and 9" wide. Excellent condition.
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Vintage nightgowns & peignoirs may be delicate so I do not wash them in the machine. I wash them in lukewarm water with Woolite or some other mild soap, then rinse & hang dripping wet in the shower.
Since these are vintage items, a bit of extra care needs to be taken with them so they remain beautiful & I definitely would never put a vintage nightgown or a peignoir in the dryer as it would ruin it.
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