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J & J Wire Octagon Hanging Pot and Pan Rack

Item# 268-JNJ034-1-AF | Model# 325B | Added on August 15, 2016 |
J & J Wire Octagon Hanging Pot and Pan Rack
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Pot and pan storage and display with custom lookHeavy-duty wrought iron with black powder-coat finish12 unpainted hooks and two 15-inch chainsCeiling mount hardware not includedDimensions 27L x 11.5W x 14D inches. The octagon shape of the J&J Wire Octagon Hanging Pot and Pan Rack maximizes space while providing a customized look for your kitchen. This pot and pan rack includes 12 sturdy iron hooks for plenty of space to display your pots and pans while you store them. Hand-made of heavy-duty wrought iron with a durable black powder-coat finish this pot rack includes two 15-inch chains. The mounting hardware is sold separately. A customized kitchen look that was proudly made in the USA. About J & J Wire Inc.Located at the Industrial Park in Beatrice Nebraska J & J Wire Inc. started 25 years ago as a wire-forming business manufacturing mostly houseware items. Since then the company has grown into a metal fabrication business serving customers in many different manufacturing sectors in the United States and Canada. From quilt racks to wine racks J & J Wire is committed to creating handmade works of art at affordable prices. There's beauty in simplicity and this pot rack proves the point. The octagon rack provides ample cookware hanging space is finely crafted of sturdy wrought iron and offers the answer to those seeking an unfussy way to unclutter their cupboards. Perfect for smaller modern or industrial-style kitchens. Hanging chains included just add the hardware that suits ... read more
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