Early 20th c. Singer Sewing Machine Stool c.1940
An antique Signer sewing machine stool. A well crafted piece with a round feet, cast base, Maple seat and a swivel mechanism to adjust the seating height. "Singer" is embossed on the feet. This stool has retained much of its original finish and is sturdy and structurally sound.
- CREATOR Unknown.
DATE OF MANUFACTURE c.1940.
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES Maple, Cast Iron.
- CONDITION Good. Wear consistent with age and use.
- DIMENSIONS H 17.5-24 in. Seat Diameter 15 in. Base 14 in.
Besides sewing machines, the Singer Company manufactured furniture for the textile industry— the Singer stool being one of the most popular pieces. The stool went through multiple iterations over the years and this one is the model featuring four straight legs (as opposed to round).