Original SINGER Stool
A lovely original machinists' stool made by Singer in the early 20th Century. The wooden seat is sits on a cast iron base with 4 splayed legs, each stamped 'SINGER'. It has an adjustable wing nut screw that tightens or loosens to allow the stool to be spun and adjusted in height.
It is in good condition for its age. The adjustable revolving mechanism runs smoothly and the stool is very stable. The wooden top is original and there are marks underneath that show the stool would have originally had a back piece that has been removed at some point. There are general signs of age and use and some marks on the top and old shrinkage splits but nothing detrimental and it has developed a nice aged patina and displays very nicely. Certainly a very usable piece.
Approximate Measurements :
Height (at its lowest adjustable position) : 17 1/2" (45cm)
Height (at its highest adjustable position) : 24" (61cm)
Diameter of seat : 14" (36cm)
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