Early 20th c. Singer Sewing Machine Stool c.1930
An antique Singer sewing machine stool. A well crafted piece with a cast iron base and round legs. Pre-drilled holes so you one can fix it to the floor for added stability and a swivel mechanism to adjust the seating height.
- CREATOR Unknown.
DATE OF MANUFACTURE c.1930.
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES Maple, Cast Iron.
- CONDITION Good. Wear consistent with age and use.
- DIMENSIONS H 17.5-24 in. Seat Diameter 13 in. Base 13 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 earlier model featuring 3 rounded legs (the later ad more common model feature 4 straight legs).