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Amish Felicity Rocking Chair

Price: $990.00
Stain*
Hardwood*
Padding*
Upholstery*
Rocking Ottoman
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Kiln Dried Solid Wood
Authentic Amish Construction
Hand Made in America


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Our Amish Felicity Rocking Chair is a rare find with its smooth rocking motion & great new design.  This rocking chair is engineered to carry as much weight as a standard rocking chair & is artfully handcrafted by expert Amish woodworkers, employing age-old practices.  Our furniture is made entirely of solid kiln dried wood, responsibly grown & harvested within a 250 mile radius of our builder's workshop.  All our Amish Furniture is handcrafted and hand assembled by skilled Amish craftsmen in America.

- Hand made in the USA
- Authentic Amish workmanship
- Kiln dried solid hardwoods
- Mortise & tenon joints
- Veneer free
- Plywood free
- Particle board free
- Pressed wood free
- MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) free


PLEASE NOTE:
* Each item is custom made to order & may take 6-10 weeks to complete, plus packing/shipping time
* ETAs vary by season; please email us for current estimate
* Our products ship only in the contiguous USA
* Free Shipping is a curbside only service.  It is not Inside Delivery
* Inside Delivery (room placement, assembly & debris removal) is available. Contact us for a quote if interested

 

 

Wood is an organic material so its color & appearance may vary from season to season, batch to batch and from species to species depending on a wide range of factors determined by Mother Nature. To ensure a perfect match we highly recommend purchasing items concurrently.  Please note that the appearance of the color swatches provided above may vary from one computer screen to another.

 

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