fitted with two removable bentwood trays supported by a collapsible frame raised on circular supports ending in casters; maker's label adhered to inside of frame 'John Stuart, Inc, New York, Grand Rapids'; professionally refinished; some wear to casters
the two-wheeled drinks trolley with turned handle joining a rectangular top within an openwork gallery all raised on wicker-wrapped supports joining a lower shelf; The Heywood Furniture Co. began in 1826 making wicker and rattan furniture. In 1897, the company merged with a competitor, Wakefield Rattan Co., to form the Heywood-Wakefield Co. Heywood-Wakefield’s iconic Streamline Modern furniture line was introduced at the 1933 Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago. The soft-curved, light-colored look ushered in an age of furniture called midcentury modern.
set includes a circular glass-topped dining table, 6 arm chairs and a 2-tiered serving cart with glass shelves; Brown Jordan is the one of the world’s finest makers of high quality, luxury outdoor furniture.
appears to be a one-of-a-kind, shop-made bronze table in the neoclassical taste fitted with two glass shelves with openwork Greek Key apron and gallery; would make a great bar; the heavy and solid frame with charming hand-made imperfections
fitted with two rectangular glass shelves with perimeter gallery, the bottom with bottle receptacle; flanked by upright openwork sides; raised on casters; good vintage condition with newly painted surface with silver-gilt highlights
perfect for a bar cart or an étagère, fitted with three shaped shelves each with perimeter gallery; all raised on turned supports ending in casters; good antique condition with overall minor wear to warm patina