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Set of six Monterey chairs with newly upholstered leather seats. Five side chairs and one armchair. Signed with branded horseshoe on each chair. Circa 1930. In the late 1920s Mason Manufacturers of Los Angeles had the idea of creating a line of furniture fashioned after the ranch decor in the popular cowboy movie entitled "In Old Arizona.” It was also during this time the department store, Barker Brothers, was seeking a line of furniture to accommodate the onslaught of Spanish Revival homes rapidly being built across Los Angeles. Mason Manufacturers came up with the idea of a furniture line for Barker Brother combining design ideas from Spanish, Mexican, cowboy, and Native American influences. They called their line “Monterey” which was to become a successful venture furnishing houses through out the United States during the 1920s to the 1940s.