On the way home, we stopped by TFA on Chippewa and I saw a nearly identical pair set out front. I asked about them and they were priced at $112.50 each.
Once home, I commenced to cleaning them up. That's when I noticed the label:
I of course recognized Heywood Wakefield as one of the largest manufacturers of Mid Century Modern furniture during the 1950's and 60's, but I was unfamiliar with the Lloyd branding.
Marshall Lloyd invented the Lloyd Loom in 1917. The loom created wicker sheets using kraft paper-wrapped wire which was then used to create furniture. The furniture was very popular and was used in restaurants, cruise ships and even Zeppelins. Lloyd Manufacturing was bought out by Hewyood Wakefield in 1921 who used that technology to create their line of wicker furniture.
The chairs are actually very comfortable, contoured just right. I plan on spending quite a few summer evenings relaxing in them.