Wonderful Antique Child’s “Pouting” Chair / Rocker

This is a great antique child’s “pouting” chair. It’s solidly made, with a built-in rocker, and is very primitive looking. It would fit in well with a farmhouse motif.

According to one internet source, “pouting chairs” were originally built by German immigrants who settled in Pennsylvania during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. I found a similar chair – not a rocker – on-line for over $300!

This appears to be handmade.

Condition: It’s in excellent condition, although it could use a bit of sanding in some rough areas such as inside the handle grips on the arms.

Dimensions:  13″ wide x 19″ deep (to the back of the rocker) x 28″ high.  It’s 11 3/4″ to the seat surface and the seat itself is 10″ deep. 

Price:  $45.00.  Plus the 5.5% required Maine State Sales Tax of $2.48 for a total of $47.48.  

Shipping & Delivery:
  Free local pickup.  We can deliver within Lewiston-Auburn for a $15.00 delivery fee, or Gray/Portland (along the 202 Route, or just off it) early Wednesday mornings for the same $15.00.  Shipping via USPS would be $25.00.

For other options, please review our most recent blog on Possible Delivery Options in the Next Week (use the search feature), or our Shipping & Delivery page at https://heritagecollectiblesmaine.com/details-shipping-information/.

Buying Details:  We are very low tech.  Payment can be made via PayPal, good check (please allow 1 week to clear if not known to us) or cash. 

FMI: https://heritagecollectiblesmaine.com/details-payment-pricing/.

Or you can email Linda at heritagecollectiblesmaine@gmail.com to arrange purchase, or for a somewhat faster response, text 207-740-2247.  Thanks!

All sales after expenses help support The Grief Warrior Project. https://heritagecollectiblesmaine.com/supporting-the-grief-warrior-project/


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