Charleston, SC is a great place to find treasures! As the old homes get restored, the bead board, windows, columns and bases go to salvage yards. I could spend hours rummaging through the old pieces of history. On one hunt, I found several old seed distributors. I am yet, to figure out how they work. The patina is wonderful.
The base for my cake stand (or Lazy Susan) is a seed distributor. The top is an old quiche or tart pan. I have been on a search for these, but have only found a few. I attached the two parts with industrial strength glue. I have made several similar stands and hope to list on Etsy (as soon as I recover from our house projects!)
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