Erik Buch Dyrlund Folding Rosewood Bar – $2150

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Fantastic convertible rosewood dry bar by Erik Buch for Dyrlund, circa 1960s, made in Denmark. It folds closed displaying rich, dark rosewood grain. When open, it is a real show stopper, with lots more rosewood and pops of color. The top has flip over hinged shelves lined in black laminate for drinks. There are three shelves on the left ideal for glasses, and an ice bucket and tongs, in a holder with more shelf storage on the right. Along the bottom on both sides are pinkish red and white sliding doors which conceal cabinet area for bottle storage. It rolls easily on castor wheels and has a working lock and key. It doesn't open all the way straight as it has large wood handles on each end.

When closed it measures 35.5 wide, 19.5" deep, 45.5" high. When open all the way it is about 74" wide, but it doesn't necessarily need to be fully opened, you can also use it with more of an angle.


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