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Posted by jasfind (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 7, 12 at 9:21

Hi. I have had theses for ages. I do not have the piece that must slide into the two sides.The wood is so old it seems petrafied. 36 hight ,36 bottom. Any thoughts

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Hmmm....what do you suppose? maybe for hanging a quilt?


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Don't suppose you could hang a bassinet off them could you? Definitely nursery something though!


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Never see anything like them before.

They would need some sort of a lateral stabilizer to keep from tipping sideways with a cradle or swing hung between them. Is there any sign of that on the back side?


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Hi all. All I know is that their old.There is nothing to make them stand. Maybe a baby swing,minus the connecting piece. Has to be baby/kid related. Thank you
john


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Stylistically it looks Scandinavian IMO.


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I notice in the background there is another frame like the one in the foreground. Do you have 4 of these?

If you have 4 and a some other parts, these could be assemblied into a quilting frame. For a quilting frame, the rectangular hole would be about 30 to 36 inches from the floor.


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HI J.D. No I have just the two.I guess that for now,they will remain un-known
john


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