Rosewood bar from the yacht Ranger, American, circa 1910.  The bar is constructed of three panels, each separated with a carved rope panel and each end has a carved rope panel as well.  At the bottom of each of these panels is a six inch copper kick plate.  Around the base of the bar is a foot rest which comes out seven inches and is trimmed at its edge with brass.  The top surface of each panel has a diamond cut-out with red and green clear bulbs, when lit the bar is open for service.  The top service of the bar is a single sheet of copper which is original.  The back of the bar has locking hinged cabinet and a variety of shelves.  Early American yacht furniture and furnishings are extremely rare. (F-136) 


Condition:  Shows Minor ware. 
Dimensions:  Length 69 inches; Depth 30 inches; Height 44 1/2 inches. 
Note:  The yacht Ranger was built by H.J. Gielow in City Island, New York in 1910.  Her owner was Mr. Thomas W. Slocum.  She was 145 feet in length, 22 feet in breadth and drew 7 feet.  This steam yacht was taken by the U.S. Navy for service in World War I; she was taken to the old MacKay Ship Yard in East Boston.  Her yacht interior was stripped-out and the bar remained at the yard until it was closed in the late 1950's.