South Shore, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, United States, North and Central America
A raised chair meant to be used while sitting at a bar or another kind of elevated counter. The chair has a wide, rounded seat and a rounded back in a "C" shape leaving a cutout portion at the lower edge where the back meets the seat. The back and seat of the chair are made of thick foam covered by black vinyl. The seat vinyl is stapled to the underside of the chair frame, and the stapled seam is covered with a piece of card stock. The chair seat attaches to the base on one (1) metal post affixed with four (4) screws. The chair seat swivels. The chair has a four (4) blade base, with each blade tipped with a small protruding finial at the foot. Affixed to the chair post approximately 1 foot up from the ground is a circle of metal that serves as a foot rest.