Without this being marked there is no way to determine who made this, or what they may have called it. Online appraisals are limited to pretty much values when items are not marked. This can be valued for you, if you like. The wood is most likely Teak, as this was common in the 50's.
You are correct, I did not answer this. I was letting you know that without this being marked there is no way to know who made this or what model name they gave it. I also let you know that at best all that can be done online is a value.