The “original” bar carts (popularized around the Victorian era ) were actually tea trolleys. They started being used for booze around the end of Prohibition, then hosting was an art and cocktail hour was a daily occurrence.
See below “The Essential Guide to Bar Carts”
1- Louis Vuitton
A high-style classic, this vintage-inspired Louis Vuitton luggage ad will bring a sophisticated touch to any room.
2- Flora Small Square Plate
Crafted of fine French faience and finished with a garden motif bursting with color, this square plate will brighten any table while adding a whimsical modern romance.
3- Amelie Bar Cart, Turquoise
This bar cart has a bright turquoise finish and wheels that allow it to move wherever the party goes.
4- 20’ Peonies in Vase, Faux
Peony season is fleeting, but with this lush silk arrangement you can enjoy the flower’s beauty all year long. These handcrafted blooms come elegantly arranged in a glass vase.
5- The Cocktail Club
With a little bit of history and a lot of flavor, “The Cocktail Club” is a guide for connecting with your friends over the best-tasting therapy around–cocktails! Using a format reminiscent of your favorite book club, Maureen Christian Petrosky highlights one specific spirit or drink type each month. Classic favorites like the Martini and the Old-Fashioned, as well as new sips like the Mason Jar Basil Pisco Sour and Blueberry Lavender Vodka Spritzer, will inspire novices and enthusiasts alike to build up their bar vocabulary and taste outside their comfort zone. The book also offers a delicious selection of hors d’oeuvres pairings like Grilled Figs with Prosciutto and Rosemary Lemon Bars. So whether you’ve been curious about absinthe rinses or want to bone up on your bitters, ‘The Cocktail Club’ gives you the perfect excuse to pull out your shaker and dip into the art of at-home mixology.
6- Large Bust of Hermes
Large and heavy, plaster bust of the Olympian god Hermes.
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