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Creator: Gunlocke
2 Gunlocke After Risom Mid Century Modern Danish Walnut & Leather Arms Chairs
By Gunlocke, Jens Risom
Located in Dayton, OH
Pair of mid century Gunlocke Jens Risom Style Danish Arm Chairs. Made of walnut with black leather seat and back. The Gunlocke Company's history in Wayland, New York begins in 19...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke Seating

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Leather, Walnut

C1940 Bankers Dining Room Armchairs 3 Square Back 1 Round back Available
By Gunlocke
Located in Port Jervis, NY
Fabulous collection of hardwood bankers chairs often found in offices, jury rooms, conference centers etc. Created from oak maple and walnut these chairs are heavy duty quality seating, great for a dining area. 3 chairs available and have some variations to them, 3 are more square in the back. Different makers, some are gunlocke chair co...
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1940s American American Classical Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Maple, Oak, Walnut

Contemporary David Mocarski for Gunlocke Tia Side Guest Chairs Brand New, a Pair
By Gunlocke
Located in Secaucus, NJ
A fabulous pair of Tia side guest chairs feature a simple and refined design. Tia is driven by profile, silhouette, and proportion. Its wooden frame embraces and cradles the continuous seat. Pitch and tapered legs bring a subtle elegance. Gunlocke's innovative wood carving technology shapes the beautifully sculpted solid wood frame, which is elegantly upholstered. A versatile addition to your home or office, will add subtle drama and sensuality to any modern, minimal, or mid-century modern setting, can be used as a dining, guest, or side chair. Please note the price listed is for a pair (two chairs) Specifications: Single upholstery seat and back with violet and purple color fabric. The frame is maple hardwood with a natural oak finish. Hardwood frame joined by mortise and tenon, and corner blocks. Style: Contemporary Modern Designer: David Mocarski...
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2010s American Modern Gunlocke Seating

Materials

Fabric, Hardwood, Maple, Oak, Plywood

MCM Gunlocke Wood Side Chairs with South West Print Stitched Leather Backs - 2
By Gunlocke
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
An exquisite pair of black and brown mid-century modern wood side chairs by Gunlocke. This set is in fabulous condition. Each chair features a wide seat and stitched leather backrest...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke Seating

Materials

Leather, Wood

Jens Risom Style Mid-Century Modern Solid Walnut Lounge Chairs by Gunlocke, Pair
By Jens Risom, Gunlocke
Located in South Bend, IN
A sleek and stylish pair of Mid-Century Modern club chairs or lounge chairs In the manner of Jens Risom By Gunlocke USA, 1960s Sculpted solid walnut frames, with original yellow ...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Upholstery, Walnut

Set of 6 Solid Quartersawn Oak Arm or Dining Chairs in Black Leather by Gunlocke
By Gunlocke
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed and made in the 1970s by American manufacturer Gunlocke, this rare set of chairs features very high quality construction and materials. ...
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

Materials

Leather, Oak

Gunlocke Desk, Arm Chair
By Gunlocke
Located in New York, NY
Modernist Walnut armchair with a sinuous frame with a matte oiled finish, upholstered in off white muslin. A great addition to any desk or as a side chair. Arm Height is 26inches fro...
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20th Century Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke Seating

Materials

Upholstery, Walnut

MCM Leather Office Chair Vintage by GUNLOCKE
By Gunlocke
Located in Lake Worth, FL
For FULL item description click on CONTINUE READING at the bottom of this page. Offering One Of Our Recent Palm Beach Estate Fine Furniture Acquisitions Of A Classic Vintage MCM Black Leather Swivel...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Leather, Mahogany

Gunlocke Chair Co Armchair
By Gunlocke
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Single mid-century modern armchair by Gunlocke chair company. Sculpted arms with padded seat and back. Please confirm location NY or NJ
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke Seating

Materials

Walnut

Set of 8 Mid-Century Modern Walnut & Gray Leather Dining Chairs by Gunlocke
By Gunlocke, Jens Risom
Located in Lafayette, IN
Fantastic set of 8 model 21C armchairs by the Gunlocke Chair Co. of Wayland, N.Y. Chairs feature solid walnut frames, floating back-rests, new gray leather upholstery and one of the ...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

Materials

Leather, Walnut

Solid Walnut and Leather Lounge Chairs by Gunlocke, Jens Risom Style
By Gunlocke, Jens Risom
Located in Buffalo, NY
Matched Pair Classic Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs in solid walnut and leather manufactcured by W.H.Gunlock Company. designed in the manner of Jens Risom. Beautiful color..superio...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Leather, Walnut

Jens Risom Style Mid-Century Modern Solid Walnut Lounge Chairs by Gunlocke, Pair
By Gunlocke
Located in South Bend, IN
A sleek and stylish pair of Mid-Century Modern club chairs or lounge chairs In the manner of Jens Risom By Gunlocke USA, 1960s Gorgeous sculpted solid walnut frames, with origina...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Upholstery, Walnut

Pair of 1970s Gunlocke Fruitwood and Leather Armchairs
By Gunlocke
Located in Germantown, MD
Pair of 1970s Gunlocke fruitwood and leather armchairs. Tan top grain leather . Very firm seats. Very comfortable.
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke Seating

Materials

Leather, Fruitwood

Mid Century Remington Rand Gunlocke 2 Seater Tandem Bench
By Remington Rand, Gunlocke
Located in Pasadena, TX
Mid Century Gunlocke for Remington Rand 2 Seater Bench The Remington Rand Library Bureau Division provided furniture, equipment, and supplies to America’s libraries...
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1950s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

Materials

Walnut

Vintage Gunlocke Mid-Century Modern Wooden Side Chairs, a Pair
By Gunlocke
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Vintage Gunlocke Mid-Century Modern Wooden side chairs - a Pair. Item features (2) side chairs, solid wood frames, beautiful wood grain, original label, very nice vintage set, qualit...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke Seating

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Wood

Mid-Century Modern American Walnut Love Seat by Gunlocke
By Gunlocke
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This petite vintage love seat makes a comfortable two person seating addition to any interior. Sleek design with overstuffed removable cushions and ...
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Upholstery, Walnut

Gunlocke Modernist Walnut and Fabric Occasional Armchairs After Jens Risom, Pair
By Gunlocke, Jens Risom
Located in Buffalo, NY
Pair of Gunlocke modernist sculpted walnut and fabric occasional armchairs, in the style of Jens Risom, Classic Mid-Century Modern design, extremely comfortable, reupholstered (at so...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Fabric, Walnut

Pair of Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs by Gunlocke Chair Co.
By Gunlocke
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This stunning pair of vintage modern armchairs boast a dark walnut frame with sculpted armrests and upholstered backrests. A wonderful design that ensures comfort without sacrificing...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Walnut, Upholstery

Ebonized Bank of England Armchairs
By Sikes Chair Company, Gunlocke
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Classic, maple and oak, bank of England, courthouse, armchairs by Gunlocke, Sikes and Library Bureau Makers in an ebonized finish. The chairs differ ev...
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Early 20th Century American Industrial Gunlocke Seating

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Maple, Oak

Pair of Solid Walnut Modernist Lounge Chairs by Gunlocke Chair Co.
By Gunlocke, Jens Risom
Located in Buffalo, NY
This stunning pair of vintage modern armchairs boast beautiful walnut frames with sculpted armrests and upholstered backrests. Retains original blue wool fabric in nice original cond...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Fabric, Walnut

Stunning Pair of Modernist Lounge Chairs Made by Gunlocke, Manner of Jens Risom
By Gunlocke, Jens Risom
Located in Buffalo, NY
Stunning pair of modernist lounge chairs made by Gunlocke, manner of Jens Risom, amazing original condition, beautiful blond wood frames. Retain original two-tone wool fabric, extrem...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Fabric, Wood

Set of 8 Sculptural Walnut Lounge Chairs, Modernist, Gunlock
By Jens Risom, Gunlocke
Located in Buffalo, NY
Matched set of 8 Mid-Century Modern sculptural walnut lounge chairs. Manufactured by, Gunlock. Superior quality and construction. Extremely comfortable, wonderful style and design. A...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke Seating

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Fabric, Walnut

Solid Walnut Newly Upholstered Set of Four Gunlocke Chairs Risom Style
By Gunlocke, Jens Risom
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Very nice set of four Mid-Century Modern newly upholstered solid walnut gunlock chairs in Risom style.
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke Seating

Materials

Upholstery, Teak

Maple Stool by Gunlocke
By Gunlocke
Located in Sagaponack, NY
A straight forward solid maple stool in maple having splayed legs and gently arching stretchers.
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Maple

Midcentury His and Hers Walnut Leather Armchairs by Gunlocke
By Gunlocke
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Pair of American midcentury, his and hers armchairs by The Gunlocke Company Inc are newly restored walnut frames with Italian calf skin leather seats and ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Walnut, Leather

Vintage Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke Leather Conference Office Chairs Set of, 8
By Gunlocke
Located in Parkesburg, PA
Original Vintage Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke leather conference office chairs set of - 8. With Traditional & Mid-Century Modern Design Combined. Modern elements on the stretcher hard...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Gunlocke Seating

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Leather

Solid Walnut and Leather Lounge Chairs by Gunlocke , Jens Risom Style
By Gunlocke, Jens Risom
Located in Buffalo, NY
Matched Pair Classic Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs in solid walnut and leather manufactured by W.H.Gunlock Company. designed in the manner of Jens Risom. superior quality and cons...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Leather, Walnut

Classic Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs, Walnut Frames, by Gunlocke, Jens Risom
By Jens Risom, Gunlocke
Located in Buffalo, NY
Classic Mid-Century Modern arm / lounge chairs, walnut frames by Gunlocke style and design reminiscent of Jens Risom designs. Superior quality and construction, extremely comfortable...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gunlocke Seating

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Fabric, Naugahyde, Walnut

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Set of 5 C1946 Walnut Bankers Jury Room Chairs by Gunlocke Chair Co.
By Gunlocke
Located in Port Jervis, NY
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Antique W.H. Gunlocke quartersawn oak bankers / lawyers / executive desk chair featuring a slatted back and adjustable swivel recline. William Henry Gunlocke entered the chair business in Binghamton in 1888 as a wood finisher and rose to the position of factory superintendent. He and four other men came to the village of Wayland in western New York in 1902 in response to a newspaper advertisement placed by the civic fathers seeking to fill a vacant factory building. The W.H. Gunlocke Chair Co. began production there with less than a dozen employees. Its initial offerings included bedroom, library, lounge, and rocker chairs. By 1904 the company was employing 40 people and had begun the first of many plant expansions. By 1911 its payroll had reached 100. Gunlocke’s reputation for quality designs and craftsmanship was due in part to its extensive use of steambending. By 1912 an entire department had been devoted to this time-honored but exacting process, which had been abandoned by many manufacturers in favor of less costly bandsawing. Gunlocke’s practice was to air-dry wood for six months to one year before using it. This process, plus kiln drying, was essential to producing the company’s durable furniture, including seating made to last for decades. Although the company’s furniture was initially designed, manufactured, and merchandised primarily for household applications, it found a growing market in business settings and began to specialize in furniture for business and government offices, as well as for the nation’s schools. Woodrow Wilson became the first of a long line of presidents to use one of its chairs. Gunlocke received its first national corporate contract from Western Electric in the 1920s. This contract required the company to produce furniture in large quantities while meeting rigid quality specifications and delivery schedules. Similar contracts followed with other private firms and the federal government. Throughout the Depression, Gunlocke continued to grow. By the time William Gunlocke died in 1937, the company payroll had grown to more than 300 and a second factory was in operation in Cortland, New York. Howard W. Gunlocke, William’s son, succeeded his father as company president. The most significant of his innovations was the establishment of manufacturer’s representatives, and later showrooms, in key buying centers across the country—still unusual at a time when most sales were being made through catalogs and by traveling salesmen. Howard Gunlocke was still the company’s chief executive in January 1969, when it was sold to the Sperry and Hutchinson Co. for $16.5 million. At this time Gunlocke was one of the largest manufacturers of quality wooden seating for offices, schools, libraries, and other institutions. All presidents since Wilson had used a Gunlocke chair (a tradition that continued into Jimmy Carter’s term of office), and these chairs had been in the Oval Office under every president since Herbert Hoover. The company’s furniture was in use in some 35 state legislatures, and it was also the nation’s leading supplier of seating for colleges and universities. These were special-order customers with their own specifications, for which Gunlocke was manufacturing furniture in addition to its regular product lines, principally for the medium-and higher-priced markets. Gunlocke also was producing tables, upholstered chairs, and lounge furniture in a variety of contemporary and traditional styles for the same institutional markets. The principal raw materials were selected hardwoods, such as walnut, maple, and oak. In addition, various natural and synthetic fabrics and fibers, produced by others, were being used by Gunlocke as upholstery. Aside from the principal Wayland factory, the company had smaller plants in Dallas; Whittier, California; and Almond, New York, at this time. It had more than 400 employees, and its furniture was being sold by about 1,000 dealers in all 50 states. Sales came to about $10 million in fiscal 1968. The firm was renamed The Gunlocke Company, Inc. and became a unit of Sperry and Hutchinson’s interior-furnishings group. This allowed it representation in the permanent showroom S&H maintained in High Point, North Carolina. The company continued under Howard Gunlocke’s direction as president and chairman of the board. Record sales and earnings were achieved in 1969, and the number of dealers through which the company was marketing its furniture grew to more than 1,300 by 1971. Gunlocke launched two new lines of lounge furniture in this period to increase its penetration of the higher-education market and began producing desks, credenzas, bookcases, and storage units. In the initial stages of the program, lumber storage capacity was increased by 30 percent, and the rough mill and steam-bending departments (the first stages of chair production) were expanded. New equipment, including an overhead conveyor system to transport chairs, was intended to facilitate future expansion. These changes required a major expansion of the Wayland facility, completed in 1973, and of the nearby Almond upholstery unit. Gunlocke won honors for design from the National Office Products Association in 1970. In the same year the Institute of Business Designers presented an award to a new Gunlocke armchair and simultaneously to the designer, Jens Thuesen of the company staff. The company opened a new showroom in Chicago’s Merchandise Mart in early 1971. Gunlocke’s customers at this time included New York University, the University of Tulsa, the Minnesota House of Representatives, the Eastman Kodak Co., and People’s State Bank in Marshall, Texas. 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Under its team of owner/managers, Gunlocke enjoyed several years of unprecedented growth. In 1987, when the company was sold to Chicago Pacific Corp., its sales were estimated at $60 million, and it had plants in Wayland and Avon, New York. Chicago Pacific made Gunlocke the core company for a newly formed contract office-furniture division. By this time Gunlocke had added office panel systems...
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Pair. Antique Bank of England Jury Chairs in Oak
By Gunlocke
Located in New York, NY
Classic pair of Gunlocke Jury, Bankers, Bank of England chairs in solid oak. Great architectural design, stylish and timeless - The chairs are i...
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Mid-20th Century American Industrial Gunlocke Seating

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Gunlocke Mid-Century Modern Walnut Office Desk Arm Chair
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Located in Philadelphia, PA
Gunlocke Mid-Century Modern walnut office desk arm chair. item features solid wood frame, beautiful wood grain, tapered legs, clean modernist lines, gre...
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64? Gunlocke for Remington Rand Bench Tandem Seating Bench Remington Rand primarily manufactured seating for libraries throughout North America. ...
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Vintage Mid-Century Walnut Gunlocke Chairs, Set of 3
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Set of 3 vintage Gunlocke walnut arm/side chairs with original tags. From a rectory in New York City, each chair exhibits exquisite craftsmanship and c...
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Gunlocke seating for sale on 1stDibs.

Gunlocke seating are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Gunlocke seating, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original seating by Gunlocke were created in the mid-century modern style in united states during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider seating by Thomasville, Conant Ball, and Dan Johnson. Prices for Gunlocke seating can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $375 and can go as high as $6,400, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,580.
Questions About Gunlocke Seating
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Founded in 1902, Gunlocke chairs are a statement of high-quality in furniture-making. The company has since expanded to other types of furniture, but to state the importance of its chairs, nine American presidents have used the Washington chair during their time in office. Shop a collection of Gunlocke furniture from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    To know if your chair is a Gunlocke, turn it over and examine the insides of the legs. Authentic Gunlocke furniture usually has a leather, paper or brass tag that reads "Gunlocke" or "W.H. Gunlocke Chair Co." Find a range of expertly vetted Gunlocke furniture on 1stDibs.

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