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The M4R serving trolley car was designed by the German manufacturer Tecta in the style of Bauhaus furniture. The free-standing cantilever chair with its tubular steel frame has been a favourite for decades; now Tecta has transferred the aesthetics to the M4R serving trolley, an object which originated in 2002 but which could just have easily originated at Bauhaus. With its timeless classic charm and the four rubber tyres with their filigree spokes, the Tecta resembles the practical helper it is, and can be easily placed in any space. And used as required, be that as a serving trolley, or simply as a decorative side table for living or dining room.
|Product type||Serving trolley|
|Dimensions||Height: 76 cm
Width: 104 cm
Depth: 51 cm
|Material||Steel tube, nickel plated
Lacquered MDF table top
Please note: The first tubular steel chairs from the 1920s by Bauhaus artists such as Marcel Breuer featured warm reflective, nickel plated, surfaces. Hence the Tecta M4R and M4RS Serving Trolley are manufactured with nickel plated tubing. This nickel plating has a delicate, yellowish tone.
|Variants||Shelves painted black or white
Available with or without bottle holder
Also available with a drawer as M4RS
|Function & properties||Mobile|
|Care||Nickel plated surfaces are prone to developing a surface patina over time. Tarnished or soiled areas can be cleaned with nickel paste and a white cloth, thereby effortlessly returning their original shine.|
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