Named because a US ambassador actually owns one. This rocker came to be at
the request of my daughter when grandson #1 was on his way, "Daddy, I
want a rocking chair". I always admired the woven hickory bark seats. I
wanted something special for Molly and a rocker with enough room for a mother
and child plus a pillow and who knows what else. The Ambassador can be made
from several woods; usually walnut or cherry is requested. The back supports are
laminated from several layers of wood as are the rockers. The seat can be
hickory bark (which I harvest each spring) or leather. Genuine hand-rubbed
oil is the finish; typically it takes 3-5 applications. The time to make one
rocker is usually about 40 hours.
Seat – Contact Me for Pricing.
Hickory Seat - Contact Me for Pricing.
Please e-mail, call or write for
cost of shipping and ordering instructions.
P.O. Box 1
Lavalette, W.V. 25535
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