|This firm used
clamps to make desks, but as far as can be determined, did not
sell them. They either made their own or commissioned others
to make them.
The clamp is typical of many bar
clamps, with these components:
- A bar with semi-circular
notches underneath, and a pin to keep the movable block from
falling off the end;
- A movable block held by an
iron stirrup that engages the notches;
- A fixed block with two holes;
- A single spindle with ferrule
and central pin.
mark includes the maker's name, and pictures of the products: two
chairs (one mobile, one not), and a sanitary base desk.
It is apparently branded (thermographed)
into the bar without the use of ink or paint.