Henredon rolling extendable cart

Mar 05, 2020. 12:47 UTC
Henredon rolling extendable cart
Alexis
United States of America

Category
Cabinets

Acquired from
Inherited

For sale
Maybe
Description

3 feet 6 inches tall and two feet across. 17 inches deep. Rolling with wheels on bottom. It was my aunt’s. It had tiny aperitif and champagne and cordial glasses hanging in some of the holes but they seem to small for stemware? It locks with a skeleton key. Opens and extends on top

Provenance

It was great Aunt’s. Originally purchased in Glasgow KY.

Answered within about 5 hours
Mar 05, 17:30 UTC
By Delia

Fair Market Value

$400 - $600 USD

Insurance Value

$1,000 USD
What does this mean?

Good afternoon, Alexis
Thank you for using Mearto for your appraisal inquiry.
Based on the photographs and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:

A Henredon maple(?) rolling bar cabinet
second half 20th Century
The folding top hinged at the sides and opening over slide supports, over two paneled cabinet doors opening to a shelved and divided interior fitted with glass holders, over a long drawer fitted with dividers,on a box base.
42 inches tall by 24 inches width by 17 inches deep.
CONDITION: not examined in person but appears to be in good condition commensurate with age and use.
PROVENANCE: inherited from great aunt
$400-600*
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price (such as seen on 1stDibs, Replacements, eBay, Etsy, Chairish or Rubylane) may vary.

Please let us know if you have additional items to appraise, and thank you for using Mearto.

Alexis mills Mar 05, 19:44 UTC

Do you know the types of glasses it would hold? Some of the holes are really small. Maybe a fluted glass? But would have to be small.

Delia Mar 05, 19:46 UTC

What is the diameter of the holes?

Alexis mills Mar 05, 19:48 UTC

There are 2 at only 1.5 inches and the rest all 2.75 inches. Small.

Delia Mar 05, 20:14 UTC

Shot glasses would be my guess. I think these were not for stemware but for barware (tumblers, rocks glasses etc) that don't have breakable / fragile stems. Also, with the exception of martini and margarita glasses, stemware feet are typically about as large as the body (so as not to tip) so whatever was in these would not have been inverted. Does that make sense?

Alexis mills Mar 05, 21:30 UTC

Yes thank you. There were some really tiny cordial glasses and what looked like champagne glasses in there but just a few.

Delia Mar 05, 21:33 UTC

I suspect if there were original glasses with this they've long since been broken...

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