Originally designed about 1946 by the late Ed Warmack of Fort Smith, Arkansas. These Art Deco inspired stamped steel chairs were purchased by the tens of thousands during the booming years of the Post-War Atomic Era. Ed's colorful steel lawn furniture could be found on porches, in backyards, fronts of motels and around pools all across America. Their popularity extends today!
Ed sold his company in 1955. Production continued until 1970 when again the factory was traded. New owners, Flanders Industries which later became Lloyd Flanders maintained prolific production until 1996.
In 2001, Torrans Manufacturing Co., LLC began making its line of this traditional lawn furniture to the same specifications used by previous manufacturers. Heavy duty frames, stainless steel fasteners and high gloss UV resistant powder coat all add up to traditional value your grandparents would be proud of!
Retro Metal Lawn Chairs - also referred to as Motel Chairs, Bouncers, Shellback, Clamshell, Tulip, 1950s style or Shell Chairs.
Our Stamped Steel chairs will bring back fond memories of Vintage Patio Furniture on your porch, by the pool, on your patio or in the yard under the shade of the trees.
Bellaire Metal Lawn Chairs by Torrans Manufacturing Co., LLC.
Same great traditional value, styling and feel as the chairs your Grandmother had! Made from high quality modern materials with 60 years proven rugged construction. These timeless chairs are actually heavier than originals and hold more weight to last longer than similar lawn chairs made back in the 1950s! Start a tradition with your family this outdoor season.
- Extra strong frames made from 1 1/16" diameter 15 gauge steel
- Seat and Backs stamped from 20 gauge cold rolled sheet steel
- Weight rating 275 lbs
- Fully rolled inside edges
- Stainless steel fasteners
- UV resistant, high gloss powder coat
- Original size and dimensions
- Made of Steel
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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