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bar carts...
It's always been that bar carts are the extra piece of furniture that find themselves lost in the corner.
well it's time to step up and show the world what you made of and you can stand alone in any room ...
and have the goods to prove it!
Blaine Bar Cart
designed by MH Parks
for Room & Board

The perfect party guest, our Blaine bar cart is small enough to tuck into a corner, but
offers plenty of storage for serving large gatherings. Handcrafted in a small shop in
Massachusetts, the solid wood frame includes smooth-rolling, chrome casters
for mobility.

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Mid Century Modern Bar Cart Tea Trolley
designed by Johannes Andersen
Denmark, circa 1965

Remarkably fluid lines, masterful joinery, and richly colored teak -- this bar cart/tea
trolley by Johannes Andersen is clearly something special.

The top surface provides plenty of space for serving and mixing drinks, (we recommend
using a tray to protect the wood,) while the below-decks portion of the cart is cleverly
designed to corral bottles while providing lots of storage space for glasses and barware.
29" wide, 18.25" deep, 27.5" high

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Italian Modern Service Tea Cart
circa 1960's

This Mid-Century service cart has two glass tiers framed by ebonized wood rising on
angular legs with casters. This would be an excellent choice for any 'Astornaut Wives"

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