Amish Rustic Hickory Wood Rocking Chair with Cane Seat
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Amish Hickory Grandpa Rocker with Caned Seat and Back
Sit back and relax in this splendid Rustic Hickory Grandpa Rocking chair with a genuine caned seat and backrest. This hand-made rocker is a welcoming place of rest after a long day. The rustic charm of this Hickory Grandpa Rocker will add to the comforting feel of your living room, Office, Bedroom, Porch, or Patio.
This rustic hickory rocker is crafted using domestically sourced Hickory twigs and logs. Each piece of hickory used is inspected for stability and beauty. The barking is preserved to highlight the natural beauty of hickory wood. Natural Caned seat and backing are chosen for its comfort and appeal. Each caned seat is hand weaved to create a one-of-a-kind rocker.
Design Your Own
Create a Grandpa Rocker that is unique to you, by selecting from a large list of finish options. The chosen finish will be applied to the outside of the hickory wood. Character rich areas like knot holes will highlight the chosen color more than areas with outer bark. Personalize further by selecting between two color options for caned seating. The natural option will provide the lighter look shown in the above images, while the darker minwax stain finish provides an alternative to the traditional lighter feel.
Hickory Twigs and Logs
Caned Seat and Back
Amish Handcrafted Furniture
Solid Hardwood Construction
Steamed Hickory Wood to Prevent Insects in Wood
Saplings are Heated and Steamed for Bending
No Two Pieces are Identical Due to Variations in Sizes and Bendings of Hickory Sticks
Hickory is an Earth-Friendly Wood - Saplings can Regrow and be Ready for Harvest in 3-5 Years
Shown in Natural Finish
Stain & Hickory Logs
We are proud to offer stained finish for our rustic hickory log furniture. Our woodworkers artfully select the logs, twigs, and saplings to showcase the natural bark. When staining rustic hickory log furniture, the bark will darken slightly depending on how dark the stain is. Stain choice will be more evident in areas where the bark has been removed. Some examples of this are the points of joinery where the log has been carved down, areas where a branch was removed from the log leaving a natural knot, areas where the bark has been removed from natural occurrences in the wild, and the armrests, which have been craved to create a flat resting place. A clear coat is applied after the staining process to lock in color and protect furniture from everyday use.
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and supply chain disruptions, this product may take longer than stated.
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