A rare gem of a bar unlike any other we have come across. Its streamed lines are an extraordinary example of the Modern Industrial Design aesthetic, made famous by designers like Raymond Loewy and Henry Dreyfuss.
100% high grade polished stainless steel with Mahogany trim and cabinet doors. Stainless steel was a very expensive material to use in that era. The gauge and quality of the stainless is outstanding. The craftsmanship and details would be hard to duplicate at any price in today's made in China world. The bar was originally installed in 1938 at the Bellevue Hotel located in Coraopolis Pennsylvania.
The front bar is quite long and could easily be shortened by 6ft. By removing the center front section. FRONT BAR: 25 feet length 24 inch depth. BACK BAR: 17 feet length 20 inch depth.
- Region of Origin: America
- Style: Industrial
- Depth: 24 in
- Maker: Allied Refrigeration Corp. Pittsburg, PA
- Sub-Style: Wine Bar
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Width: 17 ft.
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Type: Back Bar
- Color: Silver
- Height: 7 feet
- Time Period Manufactured: 1900-1950
- Featured Refinements: Antique Bar
- Art Deco: Modern Age