This will definitely impress your friends. One of the 21 million Jerry Cans from WWII turned into a bar cabinet
Weight: 6.2 kg/13.7 lbs. Dimensions: 50 x 35 x 20 cm/20 x 14 x 8 inches
Glasses, bar kit and gin bottles for the bar cabinet is sold separately
The Bar Cabinet is available in these colors: Gas Red, Missile Grey, Copper, Moscow White, Gold, Nano Black, and Army Green
The shelves are available in Oak Veneers, Smoked Oak Veneers and Walnut Veneers
Originally designed by Germans as the Werhmacht-Einheitskanister. Nicknamed by the British and American forces as Jerry Can. And redesigned 70 years later by Danes
Celebrate the victory in WWII. Drink from a Jerry Can!
Like many of today’s unique designs, Jerry Cans also originates from a time with limited resources and a necessity to create successful designs.
A Jerry was used as slang for Germans during WWII. Thereby, the name, Jerry Can. The can’s original name was Wehrmacht-Einheitskanister which meant “armed forces unit canister”.
The Jerry Cans were developed in the 1930s for military use. The fuel had to be efficiently stored and transported to aid soldiers and war machines on the frontlines.
On D-DAY in 1944, more than 21 million of Jerry Cans were spread throughout Europe. And now you can get one of those for your home, designed as a bar cabinet. Danish Fuel turns Jerry Cans into trolley suitcases, bathroom cabinets, and this bar cabinet complete with wooden shelf and counter.
Available in seven colors and three types of wood.
Price: 4,450.00 DKK ~ 624.00 USD/600.00 EURRead more ›