The Jerry Can is a unique piece of World War II history. It was invented and made in 1939 to win World War II. One of the most important historical transportation products, the name "Jerry Can" was a nickname created by the British and U.S. forces. Over the past years, Danish Fuel has reinvented these World War II icons and repurposed them into several types of storage designs.
Mount on the wall with two screws through the rear side of the cabinet. Screws are included.
All of Danish Fuel’s designs use Jerry Cans that are collected from military surplus stockhouses in Europe. Each Jerry Can is marked with a one-of-a-kind ID number that is embossed into the aluminum octane tag—no two are alike. Restoring Jerry Cans is a meticulous process that involves many steps of sandblasting, laser cutting, powder coating, painting, and assembling.
Both a conversation starter and a practical piece, this unique bar cabinet is an upcycled army Jerry Can, a fuel can invented by Germany in World War II. Originally made for water, kerosene, diesel, and gas, cans are collected by Danish Fuel and handcrafted into trolleys, bathroom cabinets and bar cabinets. Now that's what we call inventive.
The Bar Cabinet comes in a wooden World War II ammunition box.
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