Telescope Casual outodoor furniture is on sale now! Starting in 1903, the Cot Bed & Novelty Company produced cots and camp stools with telescopic legs. With a production center located in New York, and saw mills in Pennsylvania, This brand was produced to make American-made goods and novelties for outdoor use. Since moving to Granville, New York in 1921, their production facility has grown to more than one million square feet, employing more than 300 New Yorkers. The solid reputation of this family-owned operation has been forged over the past 100 years. How have they survived? They are commitment to innovation is the answer. It started with their innovative beach and folding chairs. Then, in 1953, Telescope Casual developed the now-famous and always-recognizable director's chair, a standard on any movie set. Continuing this innovation they first offered aluminum furniture in 1957, and expanded their production lines in the mid-1970s to include wonderful sling and powder-coated styles. They currently offer every imaginable fabric and material, from organics to synthetics, with every imaginable look, from modern designs to classic antique motifs. The choices and combinations available are virtually limitless, so matching an existing umbrella, awning or home exterior will be a breeze. And the quality is unsurpassed, with American-made chairs, ottomans, sectionals and tables made from recycled synthetic materials and controlled-harvest wood. So trust a name with a solid reputation, a commitment to innovation and a devotion to quality!