Drinks Trolley 1960's Vintage - Gold
Just what you need to get through lockdown. This superb vintage drinks trolley will make you the hostess with the mostess after lockdown too! The proportions of this 1960's trolley are generous so you can happily display a substantial cocktail collection. The kitsch design comprises of a 2 tier rose gold trolley with perfectly working wheels. The top shelf lifts off, transforming into a serving tray. It's an uber stylish and completely functional addition to any home.
- Super good vintage condition
- Removable serving tray
- Working wheels (we've conducted thorough testing)
- Width- 75cm
- Height- 82cm
- Depth - 40.5
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Add some iconic retro style to your living space. These items may have some tiny hallmarks of their age but have a beautiful patina and charm. They are all however, In great vintage condition with smooth running wheels.
13 years of prohibition in the USA resulted in the transformation of sober Victorian tea carts into swinging bar carts. The great depression arrived a few years later which meant the bar cart was firmly a luxury item. It belonged in exclusive Hollywood circles and with the upper classes (think of The Great Gatsby). By the 1950's people really had something to celebrate with the end of WW2 and the Korean War. The bar cart became a permanent fixture in a whirl of socializing. As glamourous as it seemed it was actually a pragmatic solution to hard economic lessons just learned with the great depression and war period.....drinking at home/office was still cheaper than going out.
In recent years, the drinks trolley has become a household must-have. We salute Mad Men for its return to popularity. For those of us without the space (or budget) for a built-in bar, this four-wheeled wonder is a clever way to display bottles, glassware and barware. To elevate your trolley from the purely practical to the decorative, what you choose to display on it is key. Think retro glassware from Troc.com and a selection of boutique Belgian gins. Cheers!
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