We love these wrought iron dividers, although frankly we aren’t certain what they were used for. Our best guess is that they were dividers in a restaurant, attached to the backs of booths. We only have a few (4) left, and they are of differing sizes of between about 3-4 feet long, but for someone who loves classic elegance, these can’t be beat.
Each has a single leg or base in the middle.
I’m thinking they’d be great as dividers in flower beds.
Dimensions: About 3-4 feet long (differing sizes). The base is about 2″; the overall height is about 9″.
Condition: Very good.
Location: These items can be found at the Den of Antiquities in Westbrook, booth #56.
Price: $30.00 each or $95.00 for all four . (Plus the usual 5.5% Maine State Sales tax, of course.)
NOTE: Now that we’ve downsized at our main location, our new entrance is at the back of the building (use the rear entrance in back of 189 Main Street, off the Park Street side). You’ll see some signs in the windows saying “Heritage Collectibles”, “Retail Shop” and “Welcome”!
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Thank you to everyone who has supported us for the past three years!
In memory of my beloved husband John K Snyder… 20 Sept 1956 – 21 Oct 2016.
He loved our shops, especially the section we called Heritage Books, Maps & Ephemera – that was his baby.
He loved me like crazy, and oh how I loved him.
Follow our blog at https://warrior-project.org, in honor of my husband, and all others who have been lost to internal demons that in the end, overwhelmed them.
All of the profits after expenses from Heritage Collectibles, Books & Maps will go to help fund The (Grief) Warrior Project, a suicide prevention drop-in and counseling center in the process of being developed.
[Please Note: The (Grief) Warrior Project is in no way intended to be reflective of, or piggy back off, Wounded Warriors which serves those military personnel wounded after September 11, 20o1. Like too many others, John was a warrior long before then.]