This bar cart has been restored in our atelier. We treatede the wood, cleaned the wheels and added a nice thick naturally tannede leather on the bottom shelf and in the hanging shelf, to protect the wood from rings. The wheels are in good condition and concidering its around 80 years old, it is in a very good condition.

Please note the last picture, that shows a sort of mistake in the wood. It is close to invisible when you look at the cart , but we lowered the price for the same reason. 


Note: We do not send this item. You can arrange your own pick up or pick it up in our shop. We also deliver for free in the area of Bruges. 

Early 20th century bar cart

  • Designer//Maker:



    Early 20th century


    Wood, leather and brass

    Place of origin:

    Unknown, but most likely from France 


    Good condition, with traces of time.


    Lenght with removable shelf: 72cm

    Lenght without removable shelf: 64cm

    Width: 42cm

    Hight: 68cm

    Care instructions:

    Wipe with dry or slightly damp cloth

  • We ship within Europe.

    We hope you will love what you found at Vanhille Grubert. All items have been carefully selected and send with love, but if you of some reason regret your purchase, this is what you have to do:



    When you receive the item, carefully unwrap the packaging to reveal your item. If you of some reason want to return it, send us an email at: explain the issue and that you want to return it. If the item is in a sealed plastic bag, do not break the seal or open the bag in other ways. 



    Carefully wrap the item in the same way it was wrapped when you received it. Close the box well with tape and send it to:


    Vanhille Grubert

    Ezelstraat 23

    8000 Brugge




    You have to do this within 14 days of receiving the item. When we have received the unused item, still with labels and in original packaging, we will immediately send your refund back to the account that was used to buy the item.

    Note: We will not refund the sending cost.


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