French 1900s towel rack, found at the French flea market.
About ten inches long.
Back in the day of dish washing, and hours spent in the kitchen towels racks
were important to the cook to keeping the towels organized.
If you have ever worked in a kitchen, especially dried dishes you will know that
not all towels are created equal.
Hence, the French towel rack back in the day...
A towel for hands (helped control the spread of germs).
A towel for knives ( imagine wiping one off when there wasn't paper towels, and fetching water wasn't so fun...).
A towel for drying dishes.
A towel for glasses (shining).
I would much rather work in the kitchen than in the laundry wouldn't you?
42 Euros ($51) includes international postage and tax.