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"Just What The Doctor Ordered"

We have sold our holiday house in France and have brought back all our possessions. We haven't got the room here in London to keep them so we are slowly selling them all.

I genuinely found this vintage Produits du Docteur wooden French bottle carrier in our barn. It?s had a good clean but is still pretty much in its raw vintage state ? stylish, retro and so original.

Store your wine in it - Just What The Doctor Ordered

Sizes are 23 ins (58cm) long x 9? ins (24cm) wide x 15 ins (38cm) high.

Location: Southern end of SE22, Close to Wood Vale / Langton Rise.

If you don?t have a car I could deliver locally.

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