This is a phenomenal looking tap rack. It was constructed from wood I harvested from an old, dead sugar maple that blew over last winter just off the access road to camp in the northern Adirondacks. The natural symmetry is amazing. The shelf forms and almost perfect natural concave live-edge arch. The inch and an eighth thick back slab also has an arched live-edge that is accentuated by the taps mounted in an arched pattern. The shelf length is 31" and the maximum height is 11 1/2". Made with traditional sugar (hard) maple that features beautiful dark amber coloring, antique cast iron maple syrup taps (circa 1900). Shelf has log supports. Includes mounting hardware for hidden "keyhole" mounts on rear of tap rack.