Art Deco bar cart in black

Nr. 2561 | 3.300,--€

Oval Art Deco bar cart

France around 1930.
All-round, chrome-plated and curved railing.
4 brackets support the glass panels and are supported by 2 columns.
Height: 63.5cm
Width: 87.5cm

Depth: 44cm
No. 2561

Price: €3300
(incl.19% VAT can be shown)

Art Deco bar cart

The oval Art Deco bar cart from France circa 1930 is an elegant and functional piece of furniture that embodies the spirit and sophistication of this glamorous era. With its distinctive shape and sophisticated details, this bar cart is a characteristic example of Art Deco design.

One of the most striking features of this bar cart is the all-round, chrome-plated and curved railing, which gives it a modern yet timeless look. This rail not only serves as a decorative element, but also as a practical holder for glasses, bottles and other bar utensils that can be safely stored during transport.

The bar cart’s glass panels are supported by four brackets supported by two elegant columns. These columns give the piece of furniture a certain height and elegance while at the same time contributing to the stability and strength of the bar cart.

The design of the oval Art Deco bar cart is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. The clean lines and curved shapes give it a dynamic aesthetic, while the chrome and glass panels give the piece a touch of luxury and glamor.

Overall, this Art Deco oval bar cart is a timeless and elegant piece of furniture that is not only practical but also provides an impressive display for your favorite drinks. Its sophisticated design and high-quality craftsmanship make it a sought-after collector’s item for lovers of Art Deco style and vintage design.

This Art Deco bar cart in black goes very well with all black Art Deco furniture but this Art Deco bar cart is also suitable.

Art Deco at RSA Wiesbaden

You can find more Art Deco cabinetsArt Deco chests of drawers and Art Deco lamps in my shop in Wiesbaden. Regine Schmitz-Avila – your specialist for French Art Deco furniture and art objects from around 1930.

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