This spice cabinet (left) was my mom's. She bought it at a garage sale and never hung it up in her kitchen to use it. She died at the young age of 46. After her passing our dad asked us four kids if there was anything special from their home we would like. I wanted the spice rack. I knew how much mom liked that and she was just too sick to ever worry about hanging it up to use it. She already had a small one by the stove she had been using for 20-some years so it wasn't a necessity. I knew I would use it, knew how much I'd be in the kitchen and that I would always think of Mom when I would see it.
After hanging this one up and using it, I was at an antique shop with a friend and found a smaller one (below) made by the same company, but a different year. I keep all my spices and seasonings in the larger cabinet and this smaller one is just for my cookie decorating sugars, sprinkles, food coloring pastes, etc.
The Three Mountaineers Spice Racks are great because they have 70's vintage art (informative art I might add) on the front, then on the inside of the door is a list of common spices and uses for them. -very handy.
I did a search on Google for "Three Mountaineers Spice Rack" and the only thing popping up is eBay listings. CLICK HERE to see the large one I have, they have quite a few pictures -not very good quality pictures, but a great cabinet nonetheless. This particular listing is up to $51.00. Wow!
Be Inspired! -Karol :0)