We’re so pleased to offer this Chippendale style flame mahogany four-door bar/serving station that dates from the 1930s, fresh off our European container. It’s in its original finish and all we’ve done is wipe it down. Check it out: It has gorgeous flame mahogany paneled doors, carved detail along the bottom and top crests and on the carved cabriole legs, and has 45-degree corners on the base. It comes with its original key. When you open the two doors on the bottom it has a pullout drawer and a lot of storage space. The bottom section measures 30 inches wide, 15 inches deep, and 16 inches high. The top section’s two doors open to reveal a mirrored back and a light, which needs to be replaced because it is European. There is also a glass shelf and a pullout mirrored work tray, on which the silver is really worn on the glass. It has a glass shelf on the inside, and you can see where it had another glass shelf at one time. The top section measures 29 inches wide, 15 inches deep, and 25 inches high. There are two little racks for jigger glasses on each door. Look at the fancy cast brass hardware on the doors and the hinges. It measures 34 inches wide, 19 inches deep, and 64 inches high, overall.