Izapa Rocking Chair, Traditional Leather
Made to Order
Easy Returns & Satisfaction Guarantee
In-stock Items ship in 5-10 business days.
Made to order items deliver in 8-12 weeks.
We pride ourselves on creating heirloom-quality furniture from the best products. Local artisans All of our items are made from solid wood grown in reforestation projects.
We use teak, mahogany, and walnut grown in reforestation projects to build our furniture.
The care of wood furniture varies according to the wood type, finish, and function of the piece.
Only teak with certain finishes is intended for outdoor use.
Mahogany and walnut are only intended for indoors.
Our manila is handspun at our mill, made from thread that is 100% polyester.
Our woven furniture is intended for indoor use or outdoor covered areas.
Leather is a natural product, so each piece will reflect its own individuality. Variations in tone and shade are to be expected, as well as eventual scratches and wrinkles.
The Izapa Rocking Chair is a stylish, comfortable accent chair to complement any living space. This rocking chair is handcrafted from sustainably sourced wood and features a handwoven seat and backrest with curved wooden arm rests. Ideal for relaxing after a long day, reading a favorite book, or as a modern accent chair for your home or office.
Our Traditional Leather weave features 2” leather straps adding a classic, clean look to any environment. Our traditional hand-woven leather chair seamlessly integrates into a variety of home decor styles. Available in four color options.
- Dims: H35.5” W28” D30.5”
- Seat Height: 18”
- Arm Height: 25”
- Teak, Walnut, and Mahogany grown in reforestation projects.
- Intended for indoor use.
- No assembly required.
- Handcrafted in Nicaragua.
- By using wood grown on deforested cow pastures, our furniture captures and sinks carbon. Learn more about our Seed to Seat sustainable business model.
In-stock items ship in 5-10 business days.
Made to order: 8-12 weeks (sometimes sooner).
The genuine leather used to make this product is sourced from local Nicaraguan artisans and may contain slight and subtle variations in tone and texture.