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Golden Brass Trolley Maison Jansen

Hollywood Regency-style bar cart

The lower shelf is equipped with a bottle holder for up to 3 standard bottles. The four rubber wheels are original and work well so the trolley can easily be moved around by the large handle at the top.

Period 1950sHeight 27.95 inWidth 29.52 inDepth 15.74 inCOD EMI 1750 Categories , Tags ,


This trolley can be used to bring breakfast or dinner to guests at the table. Have you ever considered keeping a trolley like this in the bathroom? On the first shelf, you could put your favorite beauty products and then your freshly laundered bathrobe on the bottom. Or how about on the veranda to show off your plants? Or to serve tea, coffee or even drinks. In other words, it's a perfect trolley for anywhere in your home.


Golden brass trolley from the 1950s. The trolley has two glass shelves finished in brass. The shelf edges are in elegant openwork.

Technical Details

Materials brass, crystalColor goldPeriod 1950sCreatore attributed to Maison JansenProduttore Maison JansenOrigin FrenchConditions very good
Height 27.95 inWidth 29.52 inDepth 15.74 in

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