This 1920s Light Bulb Tester Has Been Repurposed as a Mini Bar

 - Aug 1, 2013
References: inthralld & lostateminor
If you had a German light bulb tester from the 1920s, what exactly would you do with it? Sell it? Send it to a museum?

The owner of this old-fashioned light bulb tester has figured out a perfect new occupation for his/her antique object: a mini bar. Adding some Stemware shelves, wine bottle storage, and a cooling apparatus, this tester's owner transformed their useless antique furniture piece into a fully functioning mini bar.

This upcycled product has garnered so much attention since its initial release, that the original creator has begun re-creating the light bulb tester to put forth more mini bars. Its swanky, Steampunk appearance, combined with its admirable height of five feet, sets it apart from other mini bars, making it one of the hottest commodities on the web.