Vintage Richartz of Solingen pocket knife, a modern item in plastic and steel
refer to the Thayer Coggin catalog
Neatsfoot oil is okay for your baseball glove, but I'd keep it away from the fine furniture.
Well, you've pointed out the quality, they're sure not cheap chairs.
I mean furniture touch-up markers. The Herman Miller touch-up kit is probably a marker and a spray can.
You don't want to restore the piece to it's original state, the quality vintage look is the thing that is desirable.
There is nothing wrong with the chair(s).
restoration is bunk
Every manufacturer of wood products has a disclaimer something like this randomly stolen one--
Is this some sort of a trick question?
Hmm, the boucle is an unusual though not unpleasant choice