The Bernard Gloekler company was located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s industrial “Strip District” and manufactured hotel, kitchen, and butcher equipment and fixtures. The company was active from the later 19th century up until the 1960’s, though Gloekler himself passed in 1911. This counter is an early 20th-century piece and is generously sized at 10′ in length. The front features two milk glass panels and it is topped with a Carrara marble slab. The marble is yellowed in some spots, but the piece is in great condition overall. It retains its original cast iron feet with a “G” decorative crest and three carved wood cartouches along the top of the front panels. A beautiful and hard to find piece, this is a great early fixture.