A New Spin On Cellars
So much more than antiques, these beautifully weathered textile spools spin a piece of history with each industrial piece. Handmade from repurposed spools salvaged from a cotton factory-turned-WWII radial belt facility in the historic mill town of Thomaston, Georgia, artist Robbie Cook crafts each storied remnant into a two-level wine rack made for everyday use. A striking addition to kitchens and cellars, each gorgeously aged piece stores your collection of reds and whites with charm. Coated with polyurethane. Wood core with metal shaft. Handmade in Georgia.
Due to the reclaimed nature of these items, each will vary.
These reclaimed spools may contain lead or other chemicals that may not have been considered harmful at the time the spools were made or when they painted with color identifiers. Due to the nature of the material, we are providing the following warning with each memento, as required by law:
WARNING:This product may contain one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer or to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
The consumer may return the product for a full refund (including all shipping costs) within thirty days of receipt. If you would like to return this item, please contact UncommonGoods for the prepaid return label. We will issue a full refund, including original shipping charges.