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    Posted 5 years ago

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    I was wondering if anyone could give me information on what I have? I came across these rockers and liked them so much, I bought them all. They sit low to the floor, the one needs to have the backrest restored, and am looking for someone that would do it to make it look like the original if possible. Any suggestions? I would greatly appreciate any info on them.
    The bentwood rocker is 35 inches in height, the bottom of the seat is 16 inches high, the width of rocker is 17 inches.
    The rocker that is listed first is 35 inches in height, the bottom of the seat is 10 inches high, the width of the rocker is 25 inches at widest part of armrest.
    The last rocker is 40 inches in height, the bottom of the seat is 11 inches high, the width of the rocker is 21 inches.

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    1. hahhoopsman, 5 years ago
      Any information would be greatly appreciated, I live in the Midwest of the USA.
    2. bobcat38, 5 years ago
      The first one looks like it would fit into the missionary period. Unless there is a stamp on it, hard to tell who may have made it but Stickley made them in this style.
      The second is reminiscent of a Thonet but it looks too short. The seat would have been cane and the stamp under the seat.
    3. hahhoopsman, 5 years ago
      Thanks bobcat38, I appreciate the response. No stampings or any other kind of markings on any of them.

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