z 12-10-14 Sophie Glider - NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Kiln Dried Solid Wood
Authentic Amish Construction
Water-based Paints Available
Made in America


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Our Sophie Glider is designed to look like a chair but act like a glider.  It is the first glider with four traditional chair legs & a hidden gliding mechanism.  It features all the hallmarks of heirloom furniture: it is benchcrafted, made of solid hardwoods with mortise & tenon joints.  A matching ottoman is available & the glider can be built with flip-up arm storage compartments.  This glider is available with an optional locking mechanism.

The standard Sophie Glider is made with foam that conforms to California's TB 117 law requiring all foam in furniture be treated with flame retardants.  However the Sophie Glider is available with untreated, organic latex (aka rubber, from the Hevea brasiliensis tree).  Please note that gliders made with latex require two additional weeks for completion.

- Hand made in the USA
- Authentic Amish workmanship
- Kiln dried solid hardwoods
- Hidden glide system
- Flip up arm storage compartments available
- Optional locking mechanism available
- Veneer free
- Plywood free
- Particle board free
- Pressed wood free
- MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) free
- Available with untreated, organic latex

* Each item is custom made to order & may take 8-10 weeks to complete, plus packing/shipping time.  Organic latex option will add two weeks to ETA
* 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


 Customer Reviews:

"The furniture is awesome!  Totally worth the wait. Please pass along to the builder our heartfelt thanks and how impressed we are by the craftsmanship.  Thanks!"
KH, Virginia

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