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In the 1930s, interior bars began to appear. Often made in precious woods, mahogany, burl walnut or other rosewood, embellished with brass or chrome, they were very popular pieces of decoration.

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Mid-Century Modern Bar Cart by Louis Sognot, France, 1960’s

Reference : mo-0432
This fabulous mid-century modern bar cart features rounded sides with brass slats all around. Its general shape evokes a nautical accent. To open it and reach glasses and bottles, its glass top lifts and can be used to put glasses on. Inside is fully fitted with brass circles to store 7 bottles and 12 glasses and 12 hooks to hang more glasses; it is in beautiful condition. It has got 3 legs with castors and brass fittings.Louis Sognot was a French designer (1892-1970) who created ocean liners furniture and was working with other famous designers as Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret and René Herbst.
 
 
In the Period Of : Mid-Century Modern
Place of origin : France
Date of manufacture : 1960’s
Period : 1960’s
Materials and techniques : wood, chrome and glass
Condition : Excellent
Dimensions :Height: 25.6 in. (65 cm)Width: 27.96 in. (71 cm)Depth: 16.93 in. (43 cm).