Some of the many notable clients who purchased W.
Gunlocke's office furniture items include President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who chose Gunlocke to furnish the White House. Gunlocke office furniture items are considered to be the most rare and valuable among collectors. However, items from W. Gunlocke's household line are also considered to be rare.
Restoration of a W. Gunlocke Chair Company furniture item is recommended, but only if there is noticeable damage. However, restoring a W. Nice small solid office chair.
Wood is a lighter color with no breaks or cracks. Chair back adjust as does the seat.
Still swivels and rolls smoothly. Covering on the cloth seat is dry and intact, has a Naugahyde trim and back as can be seen in the photo. This executive office chair is 33" tall at the back and will adjust up 6". Very heavy solid wood, oak or walnut. The seat height, tilt tension and back angle are all adjustable. The chair is in very good condition for its age. It has been thoroughly cleaned.
Featured Refinements see all. Region of Origin see all. Guaranteed Delivery see all. The chairs are in pretty great shape. Very unique antique wood bankers chair. Super rare Horizontal slats on chair back.
Oak with brass hardware on casters. Also has cool early rubber bumper Arm width is 24".
Vinyl material is WHG NO bad spots or stains. Really shows no wear. Will say a couple very minor marks, because hardly anything is perfect.
This chair is in wonderful shape except for some tears in the leather on the back and the wear in the finish on the legs and arms. All the hardware and moving parts do work and are very smooth.
Danish tapered arms highlight the sleek period design of this chair. Covered in black leather.
Gunlocke began in as a chair manufacturer before expanding our portfolio to include other furniture products. If a Gunlocke chair has been a part of your life, we'd love to hear your story. . Stay up to date with our quarterly newsletter. William H. Gunlocke and four other wood furniture experts acquire a vacant factory in Wayland, New York. They establish the W. H. Gunlocke Chair.
We will allow local pick-up. A few surface scra Walnut wood has nicks, scratches and normal finish wear.