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Vintage "Top Shelf" Fruit Crate (c1950s)

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Nothing like a vintage fruit crate to help you get organized!

This Top Shelf fruit crate from the 1950s is perfect for so many storage solutions!

Use the crate in your shop or studio to store craft and art supplies. Makes a great file folder holder in a office, too! Place the crate on your front step and fill it with succulents for a unique entry display. The crate would also be fun to use for a patio party as a tray to hold snacks and beverages. Be creative!

The bright blue label on this crate is sure to look great in any decor!

This wood fruit crate is in very good vintage condition, especially considering its age. The label is bright and still attached. The wood crate is strong and secure. There is a small piece of wood that is warped on one side of the crate, as shown. This could be glued back into position if you wanted. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.

- 1 "Top Shelf" California Fruits Crate (as shown)

- Product Material: Wood, Paper
- Product Color: Natural Wood, Blue, White
- Product Dimensions: 17-1/2" long x 12" wide x 5-1/2" deep

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