A beautiful piece dating from the 1930s era and just off a container from England, this carved high-style Chippendale bar features flame mahogany, double doors, mirrored back, and ball and claw feet. When the two mahogany doors are opened with the key that comes with the piece, it opens to a birch interior with little shelves on each door, a mirrored back, and two glass shelves and a glass bottom. There’s plenty of dust-free storage in this bar. When the doors are closed, there is a double latch on the left-hand door that holds them in place. The other door locks with the key, which appears to work, although we never guarantee them to work without having the old locks oiled, adjusted, and cleaned. When the doors are closed, you can see the cast-brass keyhole covers and trim that fancies up the doors, the egg and dart molding, the beautiful paneled sides, and the bulbous fretwork open pierce carved base of the cabinet itself. The overall size is 34.5 inches at the bulging of the legs, 31 inches wide on the cabinet, 18 inches deep, and 15 inches deep on the cabinet. It is 66 inches high. The finish is really nice on this bar, with only a few nicks and dings here and there, and a little chip on one shelf. Don’t forget to bookmark our site if you like these unique and hard to find items, because we’re always offering them!