Capable of holding more than 200 pounds this type of chair is not only good for children ages 4-10 years old, it also works well as an unabtrusive, non slip, adult step stool. The three discolored looking gray spots on the chair seat are actually rubber coated weld marks (original manufacture). Since it was orginally heavily coated in plastic these 1/8 inch bumps wouldn't originally be seen or felt.
The curved chair back and black rubber accents really add to the appeal of an otherwise boring piece.
Has a couple of coats of clear enamel that has been smoothed out for a more professional and durable finish. No orange peel or rough spots.
Sits level and doesn't wobble.
Toddler Wire Bar Chair, Circa 1980
A collection of images from a newly refinished vintage toddler or child's wire bar chair, Originally it was completely coated with white plastic at the factory as a finish suitable for outdoor use. Waited years for the coating to eventually break off. Typically, plastic coated furniture will last about 20 years of outdoor use. It has been painted in a dark, but glossy gray with rubber coated feet and chair back ends. The original welds makes part of the chair a little bumpy; however, these spots have been coated with synthetic rubber in order to smooth out the finish.
The flash from the camera makes the chair look dirtier than it really is. You can zoom in on the images if you mouse over them. During autoplay zoom is disabled.
Valued in the range of $15 - $35.