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CHAIRS (Rockin' Art) --

Ergonomically designed for maximum back support, each chair can be custom made (size & material). Every chair is creatively different. Although inspired by the ergonomics of the renowned and exquisitely crafted Sam Maloof rocking chairs, these are not copies of the Maloof design.

These rockers are made to fit you from torso to leg length with sizes ranging form small to large. Small fits 4'10" - 5'3"; medium fits 5'3" - 5'10"; large fits 5'10" +. The design also allows you freedom of shoulder movement. Neck pillows, which are now in research and development, will also be available.

I chose elk skin covering for the backs because of the soft texture and flexibility. Any material requested can be used to contrast or blend with wood color.

Prices of chairs vary with material and sizing, typically between $3,950 to $7,850. Custom orders are welcome. Shipping is at cost of crate and freight. Delivery within 300 miles of Florissant, CO at cost of fuel.

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Paddleback
Birch "Paddle Back", catalyzed lacquer finish,
size: small
Birch
Birch, elk skin back, catalyzed lacquer finish,
size: small
Afr. Mahog.
African mahogany, elk skin back, catalyzed lacquer finish,
size: large
Af. Mahog. 2
African mahogany, elk skin back, catalyzed lacquer finish,
size: large
Blk. Walnut
Black walnut, elk skin back, catalyzed lacquer finish,
size: X-large
Cherry
Cherry chair, in progress,
size: large
Another Birch
Another birch, elk skin back, catalyzed lacquer finish,
more upright back support
Blk. Walnut 2
Black walnut, elk skin back (notice the "cow horn" detail on back)
size: medium-large
Blk. Walnut 3
African mahogany with newly styled ergonomic back with headrest padded and covered wth elk skin, size: large

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