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HEIGHT: 37in (94cm) DIAMETER: 26in (66cm)
DIA- Design Institute America
Late 20th Century
A vintage circa 1970's chrome bar cart and table, features two glass shelves on a linear chrome frame on wheels.
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This round bar cart, manufactured in the United States, circa 1970s, comes with tubular chrome frame on four casters, with semicircle handle over two tops in smoked glass, the bottom with central ring to enable two levels to swivel. Despite minor presence of age appropriate wear to chrome finish and casters, as well as minuscule scratches to original glass, the cart remains in very good vintage condition. At full extension, bar cart measures 42.75".
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