$319.95Expected Ship: in 2-3 weeksExtra Shipping Charge: $50.00
For more than 80 years, the North Carolina company that makes our exclusive rocker has used such time-honored Shaker techniques as swelled joint construction and interlocking joints to create heirloom-quality seating built for a lifetime of use. Our oversized Rocker is crafted from distressed solid oak in a cherry finish, with a gently curved back and expertly arched runners for a perpetual rocking motion. Seats are handwoven rush with a unique antique stain. The smooth motion, generous proportions and wide arm brace add up to ultimate comfort.
Commemorate a special occasion by adding a personalized plaque. Letters are etched into coated brass, creating the rich effect of brass engraving on a black background. Plaque is securely mounted on the top back of the chair.
Size 24" x 29" x 48"H
Shipping Ships Motor Freight Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Cannot ship to a PO Box. Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.
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Comments about Product: I received the chair and other than the back and seat being stained slightly different depth of color (I know the rush will take the stain differently) I was really disappointed to find out that I have to attach the rockers. There was a little slip of paper and a few finishing nails that basically said, pound the rockers on the bottom of the chair and nail them. On a rocker this expensive, I now have to take the chance of doing a poor job and possibly ruining the chair. The rockers are the most important part. Or I have to pay a furniture maker to affix them. I decided to buy a drill to pre-drill the nail holes but I am still really worried I will ruin the chair. I understand it is hard to ship the chair with the rockers attached, but I would glady have paid more shipping to have a chair I can rock in. I still haven't rocked it in yet because I still have to attach the rockers.
Nothing in the description of the product on your site, that I could find said anything about having to assemble the rocker. I have a general problem with your site in that the descriptions of your products are very minimal and don't give valuable information a consumer would want to know.
I'm still a fan of your products though and will let you know how the rocker comes out. GULP!