Original example of the iconic Singer sewing stool. c.1930
Originally, these stools lined factory floors, and were adapted over time to make them more comfortable for workers. In original condition with hardwood seat top. Height adjustable via lockable thread. Singer manufactures mark to base. 2 available, price is per stool.
During the mid-nineteenth century, the Singer Company became world-famous with its invention, the sewing machine. In 1910, the company launched a range of professional furniture for the textile industry, the centrepiece of the collection a stool with a cast-iron base and wooden seat