This mission/arts and crafts solid, white oak rocking chair / "rocker" was made by Limbert; circa 1910. Signed with branded trade mark. The elegant, 5-slat back, long corbels, frame, mortised arms and rockers are made with solid oak. The 3/4 thick arms and curved back and many of the face pieces are quarter-sawn oak and show lovely wood graining.
The piece, including the rockers, is very solid, with a beautiful, rich patina. The chair is in its original condition, not refinished.The current material is in a period correct design but looks dated. This is a super comfortable rocker! The furniture that bears his name is often the most extraordinary examples of Arts and Crafts furniture ever made, and to this day is highly sought after and seriously collected. Seat height is 16 1/2", arm height 22" and the seat cushion is 21" w and 19" d. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Chairs". The seller is "david_weso_60" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.