Adirondack Twigwork Rocking Chair


+44 (0)1803 867617

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19th Century

  • £495.00
  • €572 Euro
  • $598 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2016
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An American twigwork rocking chair in its original blue milk paint. Often referred to as ‘Adirondack chairs’ after the mountain range in which this style of rustic furniture was popular in the 19th century. Indeed, this particular chair likely dates to the late 1800s. Very comfortable with a satisfying rock. Solid and stable. Unusual to find one in its original paint and in blue. Perfect for sipping a bourbon out on the veranda. Eastern USA, circa 1890.

H: 109cm W: 57cm D: 83cm
Seat height: 40cm


  • H: 109cm (42.91in)
  • W: 57cm (22.44in)
  • D: 83cm (32.68in)


19th Century

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