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Trio of Basket Display Stands Without Baskets


Trio of Basket Display Stands Without Baskets
Item Number: AMBDTRIO
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Detailed Description

Set of three Basket Display Stands

Save 10% over individual stand prices when purchasing the trio! Elegant solid steel Display Stand serves to hold your large baskets or pots, indoors or outside. Its classical lines complement any decor. Packs flat, simple assembly required.

Small is 12" tall overall, 10" diameter ring. Use with 12" to 14" basket or pot

Medium is 24" tall overall, 10" diameter ring. Use with 14" to 17" basket or pot

Large is 34" tall overall, 15" diameter ring. Use with 17" to 24" basket or pot


Tips for Assembly of Basket Display Stand

STEP 1: Place one of the Iron Rings with tabs facing down onto flat surface.

STEP 2: Attach one of the Iron Legs to one of the rings (tabs facing down) to form bottom of stand. We found it helpful to turn the bottom legs sideways when screwing the leg to the ring. Continue in the same manner with the 2nd and 3rd legs. Do not fully tighten screws at this time.

STEP 3: Now attach the top Iron Ring to the top of the Iron Legs. Once all screws are in place, tighten with the Allen Key.



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Quality item made to last 6/11/2020
These are heavy weight pot stands that are far beyond the flimsy sort usually available. They were easy for me to screw together; just wait until you have everything aligned to tighten them fully. These will last for many years. Kinsman is my go-to place when I want quality items for my garden. They are a good value.
- Susan Di, AL
 
Assembly instructions are rubbish 5/21/2019
I have been working on trying to assemble the smaller and the largest stands together and there is no way they are fitting. The medium came assembled so thought I could use that to figure out how to get the rings to fit. But even close. I will need to bend the screw tabs and hope the welding holds.
- Judith Leffler, WA