Born in Brooklyn, Theodore Baumritter and his brother-in-law started Baumritter Corporation and bought a bankrupt furniture factory in Beecher Falls, Vermont, in the 1930s. They grew to love Vermont and named their line of early-American style furniture, Ethan Allen, after the Vermont-based leader of the Green Mountain Boys in the Revolutionary War—a name that the entire company would adopt decades later. Bring one of Baumritter’s modern pieces into your home with this beautiful lounge chair, which features veneer wood curving arms, a metal base, and two orange cushions.
Gently Used; Seat height 17". This gently used vintage product is in good condition.