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Portable Bar

Wood Bar

Created by William Robbins
This bar is meant to be a compact movable serving station that is useful either in the closed position or expanded into a wider configuration. The construction is primarily of solid hardwood with figured veneers applied to a bent plywood form making the "drum". The finish is hand rubbed lacquer.

The bar is designed so that one side will securely cradle standard wine bottles and the other accommodates slightly larger spirit bottles. The center shelf is adjustable and stemware hangs from racks at the top.

The bar easily rolls from place to place on 6 large casters and it locks closed. The bar is 47''W when fully open.

This bar is available with the top and drum crafted in cherry or walnut woods, and your choice of a matching frame, or contrasting frame of white ash.

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Striking design


from Columbus, Ohio

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Comments about Portable Bar, Cherry wood with Matching Cherry Frame primary image:

At the price, this bar is a bit of a splurge, but we wanted a portable bar with some pizzaz, and this one fit the bill. It's just quirky and whimsical enough in design to make the piece stand out, with great workmanship and attention to detail. (The latch to close the bar even uses an old-fashioned skeleton key, a touch we didn't expect but love!) The bar is on casters and very easy to move around, even though it is a substantial piece. It is also very easy to open up and close.

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