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Maple Rocking Chairs

The Weeks Rocker® in maple  
The Weeks Rocker® in maple -- front viewThe Weeks Rocker® in maple -- back view

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The Weeks Rocker in maple

If you aren't pleased with a maple rocking chair for any reason,
you may return it for a full refund, and we will pay the return shipping.


We use acer saccharum, commonly called hard maple, hard rock maple, or sugar maple.  The wood is very hard and strong, and takes a beautiful finish.  We sand.  You can tell it. The subtle figure and honey color are occasionally laced with darker character marks.

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  detail of a Weeks Rocker in maple


Once again our expectations are exceeded!  The chair is absolutely gorgeous. The subtle figuring in the maple seat is a natural work of art.  Only problem now is that everyone in the house wants their own Gary Weeks Rocker. Thanks again and I am sure we will be in touch.

Best Regards,
Virginia Beach, Virginiamore testimonials

Maple Rocker at the Renaissance Women's Center in Austin, Texas

This photo I took in a labor, delivery, and postpartum room at the Renaissance Women's Center in Austin, Texas.  The rooms were airy and light and furnished in maple — a hard and hardworking wood.  The rocking chair is there for obvious reasons.

More than once people that I have met in passing have said (in effect) to me, "I had one of my life's finest moments when they handed my newborn granddaughter to me as I sat in your chair."  May we be worthy to provide such service.


Related Pages on this Website
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Rocking Chairs   Our Hand-rubbed Oil Finish
How We Build Rocking Chairs    

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