My, What Lovely Legs: Anatomy of a Brumby® Rocker
Have you ever wondered what makes Brumby luxury rockers so unique and sets them apart from other rocking chairs?
Hand-crafted in the South, Brumby® Rockers are built to withstand time and be passed from generation to generation. Representing over a century of history, craftsmanship, and quality, Brumby® Rockers are legacy pieces. On August 20, see for yourself. Cobb Landmarks presents a Behind-the-Scenes Tour - The Brumby Chair Company; watch as craftsmen demonstrate how our beloved chairs are made and why they’ve been important family heirlooms for more than a century.
The Brumby® Jumbo Rocker is believed to be the oldest Georgia-made item that is still in production.
It takes two weeks to make a Brumby® Jumbo Rocker
The design was originally produced in 1920 and remains the same today
Caned seat and back, featuring unique herringbone pattern, takes 10-12 hours per chair
Seat & Back: 6mm Binder Cane – Rattan vine from the Orient
Frame Material: Appalachian Red Oak
Steam bent back posts, head board, and runners
Acorn shaped finials
Unique turnings on back posts, front posts and front rails
The Brumby Chair Company
37 West Park Square
Marietta, GA 30060
Tuesday – Saturday 10 am to 5 pm