Dorothy Draper style Nineteen-Laties campaign server bar cart on casters made by esteemed US furniture maker Drexel Heritage circa 1970s. Old growth flaxen flared grain pecan top to bottom. Beautifully finished on all four sides. Faux bamboo brass corner accents on front four corners and brass pull hardware tie together British traditional and Eastern design. This server provides ample yet efficient cabinet and drawer storage. Drawers roll out effortlessly on hefty metal glides. Bisected interior cabinet space features removable and adjustable shelves. Flip-top, hinged pecan panels on top open to reveal black laminate surfaces ideal for food or beverage service. The laminate top looks as if it was rarely used. No composite or MDF anywhere on this campaign server / bar. Drexel used a combination of solid hardwood interiors, solid pecan and pecan veneer.
We purchased this from the original owners out of time-capsule estate and nearly everything in the home was by Drexel Heritage. In fact, many pieces were monogrammed with the owners name in brass plates. Purchased in the 1970s and kept in the same home until today. Every piece was pampered and this server was no exception. Cleaned and detailed inside and out.
Dimensions: 18.13″ Deep x 38.5″ Wide x 31.88″ High (with panels extended: 65″ Wide)
Panels: 13.25″ Wide x 30.25″ High