bearing wheels for st charles kitchens corner cabinets

A handy person from providence, RI says:
the wheels are approx. 1-1/8 inch outside diameter and two are bolted at the bottom of each half-lazy-susan type shelf (at the 90 and 180-degree positions). the hubs appear to be aluminum. ball bearings ride in the channel between hub and rim.

these cabinets are all-metal and date from sometime after 1952, when wood fronts were introduced by st charles (based on a "care for" sticker still present under the sink, and a celebratory timeline found on the company's website).

remarkably, of 8 wheels (4 shelves, 2 corners), 7 are in fine condition and only 1 has been damaged, some 60 years later.

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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting. I'm not sure what your question is, exactly. Are you looking for replacement wheels? If so, I don't know if we have anything that can replace hardware as old as yours. You can look through our selection of drawer and cabinet hardware to see if any of our wheels could work for you.
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