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This charming, highly useful 1920's tea wagon was made by the Paalman Furniture Company of Grand Rapids Michigan, which had a good run, operating from 1916-1966. They were quite proud of this popular mahogany cart, having invented its unique details, such as the sweet pull down handle. The two sides fold down out of the way when not in use as well, allowing for lots of serving room, while becoming slim again when not needed.

The rubber of the wheels has been completely replaced, making for truly effortless gliding - its a joy to roll this table!

All the wood has been refinished, the top with a hand-rubbed dark mahogany hand-rubbed urethane finish that is hardy and resilient to liquid.  

Small but useful drawer works well.

28" H x 25" D x 16 W

34.5" W when leaves are open