40628-29 through - 38. 1960s-era dining chairs in Hollywood Regency style. We believe these chairs are by a known designer, but no maker’s mark appears, possibly because of a re-upholstery job done many years ago. Bent wood (possibly teak) with darker wood (possibly mahogany). Very much in the style of Wormley. Two arm chairs available and eight standard dining chairs.
42392-77. One of the performer Latrice Royale’s catchphrases is “the shade of it all,” a reference to the practice of throwing shade on your competition, while one of RuPaul’s songs is called “A Shade Shady,” which is also not about lamps. But both of these entertainers surely know a great lamp at a steal of a deal when they see one, and this 26”-high ceramic urn lamp features a gigantic shade that will cast you in the best light possible, no tea no shade.
We have a very strong selection of file cabinets in a variety of colors and styles. Photo represents a random sampling of available items as stock changes regularly.Please note: most file cabinets we have do not come with keys. If we receive the cabinet with keys, we tape them to the top or side of the cabinet. If you find a locking cabinet without keys, don’t despair—just tell any locksmith the alphanumeric code around the keyhole, and they can cut a new key for you for a nominal charge. UW Surplus does not accept returns of file cabinets that you thought had keys but did not.
Reduced! Only 1 left in stock
39864-164, -165, and -166. Now available are the last hickory table & chair sets from the late, great Terry Hall. Made by the venerable Old Hickory Furniture Company of Shelbyville, Indiana, each set includes one table and four chairs with padded seats.
41834-5, -6, -7, and -8. Made by the Old Hickory Furniture Company, these pub/bistro-height chairs are made of hickory wood and feature nice, padded fabric seats. Each chair measures 43”-high with a seat height of 30”.
Assorted colors and sizes, with prices ranging from $15 to $50. Photo represents a random sampling of available items as stock changes regularly. Please note: most file cabinets we have do not come with keys. If we receive the cabinet with keys, we tape them to the top or side of the cabinet. If you find a locking cabinet without keys, don’t despair—just tell any locksmith the alphanumeric code around the keyhole, and they can cut a new key for you for a nominal charge. UW Surplus does not accept returns of file cabinets that you thought had keys but did not, so be sure to check first!.
42295-43, -44, -45, -46, -47, -48, -49, -101, -102, and -103. Some wood-grain laminates are more easily identifiable than others. But the wood-grain laminate on these very nice tables had me looking up close and running my hand along them before I could tell it wasn’t real wood. Most of the tables are rectangular, but a few have one curved end. Tables measure approximately 29” x 6’ x 30”H.
42311-9. So I used a flash on this photo which was maybe not the most flattering choice for a chair that—you’ll just have to trust me—looks terrific in a mod ‘60s wingtips & highballs kind of way. I like to think this is the sort of chair in which Paul Lynde would have relaxed after a taxing day of being the center square on Hollywood Squares. Just add shag carpet!
42372-1. Here’s an unusual square table in a blond wood that measures 3’-square x 29 ½”-high. It’s great for tight spaces and could also serve as a display table (it’s a table, so we figure most of you are familiar with the full range of its potential uses, but we like to throw out ideas here and there).
We’ve now got MANY wood bed sets from the Terry Hall demolition project, and they work great as loft beds or as standard-height beds depending on how you choose to put them together. The bed featured in the photo has been put together in the mid-level position (there is one higher and one lower set of positioning holes in the frame). Very sturdy, very nice light-toned wood frames offered with slats, hardware, and mattresses.
Back in stock!
Among the first arrivals from the Lander Hall demolition project are these incredibly nice wood framed bulletin/ tackboards that each feature a carved, Husky-purple-ized “UW” in the top center. The photo shows front and back—boards may be installed using the bevel-boards on their backs or via convention drill/ hook means. Your semi-humble UW Surplus item writer has two of these boards at his desk and can attest they’re extra spiffy.
measures 4’ x 30”H.
41968-44. Oh sure, it looks square, but it measures 42 ½” x 42” x 3’H. Which is odd. But its table-ness works just fine. Time rather than intent has given the surface a butcher-block look & feel that you may love as-is, or you may choose to refinish it for a fresh new look.