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Nichols and stone rocker with gold fruit


Rocking chair made in Gardner Ma, Very ornate rocker with 2 gold pears and 8 red cherries on head peice, also has gold rings on front of rocker only. Has saddle seat. Dark maple in color. Has the NS stamp on bottom and a yellow tag with the numbers 576-307

American Furniture
Maple Hardwood,
Distinguishing marks: 
Nichols and stone
Date Period: 
1900's ?
Size and dimensions of this item: 
Seat 22 3/4 " w x 19" arm rest is 2ft w x 42 3/4 tall
For Sale?: 


Lovejoy's picture

This company began making Colonial Revival style reproductions under this name in 1907, the company is now part of the Stickley furniture group of companies. Most labeled like this tend to date from the third quarter of the 20th century. At auction your chair might fetch $100.00.

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