A simply Elegant and Comfortable college rocking chair with firm seat and tall back.  A classic, heavy, sturdy chair worthy of the reputation enjoyed by the Best Amish Craftsmen.  True to the Mission Style and historic American Craftsman Movement.

The Affinity Mission Rocking Chair is a luxurious, comfortable rocking chairs made by Amish craftsmen in Holmes County, Ohio.  These stately rocking chairs are substantial –  tall, wide, and heavy.  The AMRC is available in Brown Maple and Quarter-sawn Oak with a beautiful, golden finish.  The upholstery includes high-quality fabrics in official college colors, subdued non-college colors, or brown leather.  These are sturdy, well-constructed college chairs to be enjoyed for generations.  First licensed by The Ohio State University, these chairs are available for our other universities, as well.

Quarter-sawn Oak is the most desirable cut of White Oak.   Learn more about luxurious Quarter-sawn oak.

The inspiration for this chair was an expectant, young mother in the Chicago area who contacted us, earlier this year, in search of a fine college rocking chair in which she could rock her new baby who was expected within the week!  Well, we missed that deadline, but the request set us in motion to design a chair that would be perfect for mother and child…and anyone who loves a solid and comfortable rocking chair.  Made in America.

This is the perfect alumni chair, university chair, graduation gift, and retirement gift. Dimensions: height: 45 inches , width: 29 inches, and weight:  51 pounds,   Leather upholstery is available at additional cost.

For more information about the Affinity Mission Rocking Chair, OSU Buckeye Rockers, Buckeye Furniture, Buckeye Rocking Chair, Boston Rocker, Mission Rocking Chair, Mission Style Rocking Chair, Mission Rocker, College Rocking Chairs, Amish Made Chair, Buckeye Rockers, Boston Rockers, College Rockers, Amish Rocking Chair, and Amish Made Quarter Sawn Oak Furniture made in America, please call us at 866.748.2230.


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