1950s teak dry bar by Turnidge, a great vintage piece that doesn't take too much space but easily expands for serving at an event or party. It rolls on small castor wheels and features a slightly curved teak top, curved front with recessed teak handles and a lock but no key. When needed, the top unfolds to double surface space, supported by sides which open to meet it. The unfolded top offers plenty of space to make drinks on top, with a laminate surface and glass insert that alleviate concern about water drips. The front doors open to two curved, fixed shelves, one covered in glass, plus the bottom area for holding bottles and glasses. The teak doors are lined with original colorful drink picks for cocktails, plus metal brackets to hold other bar utensils. The back side originally had glass doors, which are no longer present. There is an interior light just below the top, but the cord has been cut just before the plug so it would need to be rewired to be used. It's in very good vintage condition except for the missing glass doors and the missing plug for the light.
When closed, it measures 32.5" wide at the front, 23.25" wide at the back, about 17.5" deep including the curve, the actual top is closer to 16.5" deep, and 42.5" high. When open, it is 62.5" wide at the front, 43.25" wide at the back, including the curve it is about 22" deep, it is 41.5" high open.