Before plastic and tubular steel, school chairs were made of wood and iron. Hard to imagine, but this exceptional chair was a standard for 19th-century classrooms. The seat bench folds up, if needed, and while the iron legs have holes for bolting the chair to the floor, it’s sturdy enough on its own—no need to secure it to the ground. It’s a true testament to the saying, “They don’t make things the way they used to.”
This vintage product is in fair as-found condition.