Shirley Sanderson Stephens on tue 23 oct 01
Winter projects are approaching and I need a good design for showing
off my pottery at shows, etc. I would like one that is designed to collapse
for ease in transportation, yet can hold about 150 - 200 lbs per shelf. Does
any one have photos they can send me?
Chris Jones on wed 24 oct 01
I have been doing art shows for some time and have used several displays
over the years. I have 'finally' settled on my current display shelves. I
got them from Home Depot in Florida, but they may not be available there any
longer. The brand name is Peg-Lok (or Lock). The shelves are sold unfinished
and come in 12" or 16" depths. You buy all the pieces seperately and build
what you need. I am not sure they will hold 150-200# per shelf though. I am
attaching a picture of my display for reference.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Shirley Sanderson Stephens"
Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2001 11:34 PM
Subject: Need a sturdy display for art shows
> Winter projects are approaching and I need a good design for showing
> off my pottery at shows, etc. I would like one that is designed to
> for ease in transportation, yet can hold about 150 - 200 lbs per shelf.
> any one have photos they can send me?
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