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Amish Comb-back Windsor Arm Rocker

(Product ID:53648)
Made In USA

Option combinations may NOT reflect those shown in product photos.

Available Options


Buy as Shown
Seat Width: 21"
Seat Depth: 16 1/4"
Seat Height: 18 3/4"
Height from Floor to Arm: 29"
Height from Floor to Back: 49 1/2"

Oak Wood
Cherry Wood
Brown Maple Wood
Multi-Wood Construction(Faded Michael's Finish only)

Multi-Wood Construction:
Poplar Wood Seat
Hickory Wood Bow
Brown Maple Wood Spindles and Stretchers

Standard Features:
1-3/4" Double Scoop Seat, Reminiscent of Early American Windsors
Spindles and Legs through Holes and Wedged
Baluster Style Turned Legs
Steam Bent Bows
Spindle Runs Continuously Through Rail
Glued, Simple Tenon Joinery
Tapered Style Spindles
100% Hardwood Construction
Authentic Amish Hand-Craftsmanship
Made in America

Optional Features:
Choice of Hardwood
Choice of Finish

Shown with Faded Michael's Finish. Faded Michael's combines stain favorite, Michael's Cherry, with black paint for a unique two-tone finish.

Amish Comb-back Windsor Arm Rocker

Reproduction Dining Chairs

Rock away, celebrating Colonial American history with Windsor furniture, first made in 1740s Philadelphia!

Windsor Chairs originated in early 1700s England and were principally used outdoors and painted green. This green paint was made from white lead, oil, and verdigris pigment, meant to blend chairs into the landscape. In the 1720s, American Colonists got a peek at this new chair style and started making their own. This "high-back" or "comb-back" Windsor style was introduced to the market around 1750.

  • Baluster style turned legs
  • Spindles and legs through holes with wedge construction
  • Available in all-over brown maple, cherry, and oak
  • Multi-wood construction features poplar seat, hickory bow, and brown maple spindles and stretchers
  • Double scoop seat resembles Early American Windsor design

Learn about our popular Multi-Wood Construction Option:

18th century Windsor chairs incorporated the use of three or more wood types to withstand stresses on different parts of the chair while satisfying the body of its design. Woods were selected for their structural qualities to provide the right strength, shape and support in the chair. Our mulit-wood construction option replicates the method used to construct Windsor chairs hundreds of years ago.

Select this option for a Windsor chair built with poplar in the seat, hickory for the bow of the chair and brown maple wood for the spindles and stretchers. The use of these different woods creates strong, lightweight, proportioned chairs that last for decades. 

The stationary version of this rocking chair can be found in our Comb-back Windsor Arm Chair. Call us with any questions or to start your order! Toll-free 866-272-6773

Quality Takes Time – Typical Build Time for This Piece is 8 to 10 weeks.
*Please allow additional time for complex finishes, upholstered items, and delivery.

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