Shaker Rocking Chairs

Reproduction Shaker Rocking Chairs -

These are hand-made exact replicas of an 1876 Shaker Rocking Chairs, originally made by the Mount Lebanon, New York Shaker Community. They were created from detailed drawings left by Mr. Ejner Handberg.

They are made from durable Hard Maple, finished natural or painted with traditional milk paint, and finished with multiple coats of hand-rubbed shellac, topped of with a coat of dark furniture wax.

They come in three sizes - the "No. 3", the "No.5", and the "No. 7". They come with your choice of "Tape Back" or "Slat Back". The No. 3 is a youth size. The No. 5 is great for a medium adult, while the No. 7 is for larger adults.

They have incredibly comfortable seats, woven of 1" wide "Shaker Tape", a woven, heavy-duty cotton tape, with 1" of upholstery foam between the upper and lower woven parts of the seat. The optional curved tape back provides an equal level of comfort and great support.

Shaker chairs have survived more that 150 years. Add this heirloom to your family!

Available to buy as is, or contact me for custom stain, upholstery colors and weave pattern available upon request.

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