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The Rope Co.

Home Storage Rack

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Five generations of expertise are woven into this magazine rack, which is both durable and decorative. The rope is made in Maine by local lobster fishers. Frame is made of copper that is easily polished.

  • Made in the USA: Maine
  • Materials: Recycled polyester with leather branding and copper
  • Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth
  • Made for a Lifetime
  • Over time the copper in this product will darken to a beautiful rustic brown color—if you wish to shine the copper back to its original state simply pour vinegar and salt onto a sponge or cloth and rub copper until it shines
  • Mold- and mildew-resistant
  • 0.5" copper piping
  • Dimensions: 19" x 15" x 21"
  • Weight: 11 lbs.
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About The Rope Co.

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The Rope Co. creates durable nautical doormats with a true New England sense of style. Generations of rope making knowledge have gone into the materials—rugged rope strong and dependable enough to stand up to the rigors of lobster fishing. So these mats can more than handle a little mud.

Much like the area of the country they come from, The Rope Co. has long and distinguished history, tracing back to founder Logan Rackliff’s great-grandfather. He founded the first family factory making lace, and through the generations, lace turned to rope durable enough for use by local lobstermen. Logan soon
spun off (so to speak) from the family company to form The Rope Co., bringing his expertise to your doorstep.

The result is nautical door mats & home accessories that are Maine through and through. Not only does The Rope Co. manufacture the materials, but many of the products are assembled by locals as well. They’re durable, easy to clean, and a boost of UV protection keeps them from fading in the summer sun.

Enjoy the craftsmanship, and the rich, made in America heritage, for years to come.
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