Vintage Campaign Style Dry Bar Black Flip Top by Drexel Attributed to Accolade II Collection

$2,295

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Fabulous vintage Campaign style dry bar in a medium-dark veneer, possibly pecan, with an interior black laminate flip top and antiqued brass plated hardware and casters by Drexel. Beautiful condition, keeping in mind that this is vintage and not new so will have signs of use and wear. There are several small places where the veneer has been repaired and still a few scratches or nicks but nothing outstanding. Please see photos and zoom in for details. The top has been refinished. We attempt to portray any imperfections. Circa, Late 20th Century.

Dry Bar:

  • Height – 32.5 Inches
  • Width Top Closed – 40 Inches
  • Width Top Open – 60 Inches
  • Depth – 19.25 Inches
  • Weight – 150.13 Pounds

Crated Size:

  • Height – 39 Inches
  • Width – 46 Inches
  • Depth – 26 Inches
  • Weight – 250 Pounds
STYLE / PERIOD

MAKER

MATERIALS

Brass Plate, Metal, Wood

PRIMARY COLOR

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

CIRCA

Late 20th Century

LINE/COLLECTION

Accolade II

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Keep in mind warehouse414 items are vintage and not new, so they will have signs of use and wear. See photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections.

Description

Now THIS is a beautiful dry bar by Drexel!! First off… How about this FABULOUS wood grain?? It’s GORGEOUS!! The freshly black dyed top flips open to reveal a beautiful black laminate surface perfect for serving cocktails, coffee, iced tea, or desserts. It has two drawers with lovely, antiqued brass plated U-shaped handles under the top. Below the drawers are two doors that look like four panels of bi-fold doors but in fact, there is a center groove that gives that appearance. We believe it is likely that this bar is part of the Accolade II Collection by Drexel as the doors are adorned with antiqued brass plated hardware on each panel that match other pieces of the Accolade II line. And there are fixed shelves behind the doors on both sides. Great storage space for linens, extra glasses and bar accessories, cookbooks, or bottles of liquor and juices. Plenty of room for all your beverages and serving supplies. It is a perfect way to offer your favorite cocktails. But if you prefer, you can load it with tea and desserts, coffee and donuts, or milk and cookies! Quite frankly its stunning just sitting there empty. Plus… it’s by Drexel which you know is of high-quality, ensuring this piece to be of the finest materials and construction. Finished all the way around so this cart will float nicely in any room you choose whether it is your dining room, living room, bedroom, or study. And, it has casters so it’s easy to roll from one room to another! It’s Campaign in design style but with a classic look as well that would fit into any design style be it Modern, Mid-Century Modern, Hollywood Regency, or traditional!

Drexel Furniture Company was founded in 1903 in Drexel, North Carolina by six businessmen for a total investment of $14,000.00. Sam Huffman, one of the initial founders, managed the enterprise until his death in 1935 when his son, Robert O. Huffman took the helm. By 1950 under the younger Huffman’s leadership Drexel had grown from a small factory to a leader in furniture manufacturing. They acquired other furniture companies along the way and by the late 1950s employed 2300 workers. The 1960s had them adding industrial and hospitality furniture to their lines. In 1968 they were purchased, and Drexel Enterprises became Drexel Heritage Furnishings, Inc. They continued to add to their styles and lines and were sold again and then in 1986 became part of Masco Corporation one of the country’s largest furniture manufacturers. They are now based in High Point, NC and operate ten factories in North Carolina and one in South Carolina and are one of the leading furniture manufacturers in the world.

 A gorgeous flip top dry bar like this is just too fantastic to let go… And it’s by Drexel, you can’t go wrong! Make it yours!!

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STYLE / PERIOD

MAKER

MATERIALS

Brass Plate, Metal, Wood

PRIMARY COLOR

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

CIRCA

Late 20th Century

LINE/COLLECTION

Accolade II