This crate is a part of our International Collection and was in service during the Vietnam War. We have translated the instructions of use posted on the interior of the crate and it will be included with your purchase. This crate is unique because it can be converted for other use. The crate has been retrofitted to house six 750ml. bottles or a humidor with two bottles and/or glasses. All of the racks are adjustable & removable. This piece can be utilized as an end table, night stand or coffee table, by adding legs can be removed for placement on a flat surface. Displaying the crate open allows the wine, books and/or collectables to be exhibited. All of the latches are in working order and can be additionally fortified. By removing the wine racks the crate can be used for concealing weapons and munitions.
A portion of every purchase is donated to one or more of our chosen non-profit organizations.
All of our crates can have a name plate added for a small fee (see Custom Name Plates).
CONFLICT: Vietnam War
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: China*
SPECS: The genuine Chinese Army crate housed depth charge bomb fuses to attack surface warships and submarines. It was intended to destroy a submarine by being dropped into the water and detonating, subjecting the target to a powerful and destructive hydraulic shock. This piece has the original green paint, paperwork & writing.
DIMENSIONS: 28"L x 8.5"H x 16"D (without legs)
HOLDS: Six 750ml bottles + more (humidor, glasses, spirits)
*Legs can be added for a fee (12" 16" & 19") see Hairpin Legs or 16" Trapezoid Legs on our product page.
Note: Dividers are included. Legs, humidor & glasses sold separately.