Marked on one side with the CC furniture stamp. Utility furniture refers to furniture produced in the United Kingdom during and just after World War II, under a Government scheme which was designed to cope with shortages of raw materials and rationing of consumption. Introduced in 1942, the Utility Furniture Scheme continued into post-war austerity and lasted until 1952.
The trolley has two sides which pull down to reveal bottle and glass holders, a shelved section to one side and a further pull-out tray. The unit top has been painted black.
Condition: Good, used condition. In sturdy form but show signs of historical wear and tear. The are some marks in the pull down sections, also a name written in the drawer, Edna!
Overall a rare and fabulous looking unit.
Dimensions are approximately
Please be aware that this item does show signs of use but that is to be expected considering its age and does add authenticity to the item. Please make sure you study the pictures as these go to making up a large part of the description. Many thanks.
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