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Made for my granddaughter, now being used by her daughter.
Walnut swinging cradle. Slats are bent laminations, dovetailed into top rails. Dovetails cut with a shop-made jig. Cradle may be lifted from stand to rock gently on the floor.
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I had to contact my granddaughter to find out how big her son was when he graduated to a crib -- she says about twenty pounds. She is now preparing it for the birth of her second son in about two weeks.
Whats the max. weight of the "baby"?
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