This antique ice cream parlor chair was developed by the Toledo Uhl steel furniture company and comes in a brilliant red finish. The chair is sturdy and free of damage of corrosion.
J. F. L. Uhl received patent number 705,488 for the construction of metal furniture that featured a locked truss-rail leg assembly of cold rolled steel on July 22, 1902. This style of furniture would become popular in spaces where the furniture would see heavy use - such as soda shops, ice cream parlors, schools, military buildings, and architecture firms.
This chair is missing one single glide on the back foot. The overall dimensions of the chair are 14"D x 34"H.
AB - 104523 - 050422
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