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Rolling bar by Jacques Adnet circa 1932 with quadrangular body in sycamore wood, chromed metal, lacquered metal and glass. Edition La Compagnie des Arts français. It opens with two doors with key, including chrome supports for glasses and a niche for bottles and glasses. Opposite are two removable trays with a mirror bottom (a mirror has been replaced) and glass handles which rest on chrome-plated steel bars, ending in aluminum stops and overhang an open niche. On top, an articulated part adorned with a mirror on each side opens onto a lacquered metal locker (repainted) and rests once open on the glass handle of this rolling bar. The whole thing was completely dismantled (see photo) to perfectly restore the patina of the sycamore wood parts.

History: bar model referenced under number 131 in the catalog of the Cie des Arts français. Bibliography: Alain René Hardy & Gaëlle Millet, Jacques Adnet, Les Éditions de l'Amateur, Paris, 2009, model referenced and reproduced p. 227.

H 84 × W 80 × D 50 cm

Rolling bar by Jacques Adnet

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