Troutman Chair Co. - #7 - Aunt Annie's Rocker
Funny thing about this rocking chair; our owner Champ Land wanted to drop this item and quickly learned that was not an option. This is a popular rocker especially in the south. Originally known as a “Nursery rocker” due to its extensive use in churches, schools, and hospital nurseries, this versatile rocker has become so much more to so many! Some of our employees have grown up using this rocker on their porches to shell peas and shuck corn. “Pickers” love this rocker as there are no arms to get in the way. It has a steam bent back and that double scoop seat Troutman customers love, Aunt Annie's Rocker sits a little lower, and is very comfortable. Thus it has been dubbed the “Guitar Rocker” in some circles.
Here lately this rocking chair has found its way into classrooms for use with students. It seems that students diagnosed with Autism and ADHD have a need to rock. Working in a rocker helps the ADHD students stay on task while rocking for an Autistic child helps to calm them. Visitwww.rockingchairtherapy.org for more information.
Also available Unfinished
Double Scoop Seat 13 3/4" x 16 1/2" x 15 3/4"H
Steam Bent Back 32"H
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I gave this beautiful little rocker 5 stars ... and it's a cutie! It is solid and well made and looks like it will last a lifetime!! I didn't realize how small it is ... IMHO ... a child's chair ... I was thrilled to find a "pickin' chair" but I'm 6ft tall ... and this little cutie is too small for me.
Wonderful rocker--the build and finish are excellent, and it is very comfortable. I had to knock off a star though because of the size is much smaller than expected. This would be perfect for a child or a shorter woman, but at 6ft, this is unfortunately too small for my frame for long periods of time. I bought it so that I'd have something comfortable to sit in outside while playing guitar, and it works for that for the most part. My wife and my cat both love it though. It's just too bad that this isn't offered in the same size as a regular rocker.
I needed an armless rocking chair so I could play my guitar and enjoy a rocking chair. This is a very sturdy, well crafted rocker, and is well suited to my purpose.