Luxury Design, Past & Present
This early version of the Rolo serving trolley has a loose tray of plywood (birchwood) and a base of oak.
The beautiful combination of a square base with elegant arms to hold the bentwood tray is stunning.
Model: PE31 with an extraordinary numbering underneath the trolley for each corner and each arm.
Pas toe is a well-known Dutch furniture maker in Utrecht and Cees Braakman was head of the design team from 1945 to 1978.
He went to the US and came across the work of Charles Eames in the Herman Miller plant in Michigan and the developing techniques to bent wood
The trolley is in a very good condition