early 1920's refinished antique american medical four-legged tubular steel adjustable height operating room stool with curvaceous stationary base


UR #:: UR-21963-15

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Product Description

original and fully functional early 1920's american antique medical four-legged bent tubular steel hospital operating room stationary stool designed and fabricated by the frank s. betz company, hammond, ind. the circular-shaped seat is fully adjustable and rotates clockwise or counterclockwise to achieve desired height. the cabriole style legs are reinforced with an all-welded joint x-shaped stretcher or brace for added support and stability. the cradle supporting the solid threaded steel spindle is of sound construction. the brushed metal finish has been sealed with a clear coat lacquer. measures 20 x 19 x 24 inches high.