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BID: CLOSED
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$90
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BID DATE:
12/16/2017 11:59 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
goat
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DESCRIPTION

AUTHENTIC LOBSTER TRAP COFFEE TABLE
Age. Less than 40 years old
Composition. Wood
Size. 30” high x 35” wide x 26” deep
Rating: 8
Comments. This once authentic lobsta’ trap was used to capture those tasty critters in the deep blue sea and has been repurposed into a nautical theme coffee table. Made from well weathered wood slats it has a bait holder as well has the original netting as well as steel rings entrance spots in the front as well as back. It has tapered wood legs, a brick weight in the interior and this item is heavy for its size. It’s finish is well worn and has a nice weathered patina. This item is in good shape with normal use wear, has wood wear, shallow wood dents/grooves, some splits/chips and soiling/staining. Give it a cleaning and maybe a glass top for a nice, one-of-a-kind for your home. All the hard work’s been done in this one’s ready to enjoy. This one is a wicked pissa’.

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