I have seen this on Youtube and have rebuild it
The shelf also offers the possibility to record glasses
Step 1: Cutting the Woodpieces
First of all cut all required wooden parts for the base plate
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Step 2: Baseplate
Next screw all wooden parts from picture 2. The outer parts of Figure 2 form the stiffening on the rear wall.
Step 3: Support Strip for Glass Holder
Next, attach the support bar off the glass holder. The distance from the bottom edge is a matter of taste and depends a little on the glasses used.1 pine wood 1120 x 50 x 18
Step 4: Assembly of the Glass Holder
Now screw the glass holder. Again, take into account the height and width of the glass base when assembling.
I only screwed the glass holder into the base plate in a later step, because now I have both stained and lacquered both parts.
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Step 5: Paint
Both parts, base plate and glass holder, I have now stained
I took Bootslack for this. The glass holder is bolted to the base plate from behind.
Step 6: Mount Malleable Cast Iron Parts
The mounted malleable cast iron parts, placed left and right (but not yet attached).
Only now I have measured the required length for the crossbar and then ordered this. The rod was then made to measure.
Step 7: Finish
decorate and finish