Aunt Annie's Rocker (TC-#7)

Troutman Chair Co.

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Aunt Annie's Rocker (TC-#7)

Versatile in many ways. This rocker is specially built for a “Rocker” – the ultimate chair for a professional, “picker” or porch musician. Its armless styling allows for effortless, unrestricted playing comfort and mobility. Also originally known as a “Nursery Rocker” due to its extensive use in churches, hospital nurseries, and school classrooms. Students diagnosed with Autism and ADHD have a need to rock. Working in a rocker helps these students stay on task and calm.  Buy today on


  • No glue! Interlocking joinery and swelled joint construction.
  • Scooped seat – side-to-side and front-to-back contour to fit you.
  • Steam bent back posts and curved back.


  • Back height from floor to top of post 32 ½”
  • Double scooped seat height 15 ¾” at rest
  • Seat 16 ⅝” at the widest point and 9 ½” at the narrowest point
  • 13 ¾” deep

Available Finishes: 

Available in all finishes:

Village Oak Swatch
Village Oak
Medium Oak Swatch
Medium Oak
Harvest Oak Swatch
Harvest Oak


Geranium Red
Geranium Red
Cotton Candy
Cotton Candy
New England Green
New England Green
Hunter Green
Hunter Green

Charleston Green

Minor assembly required. Rocker runners will need to be attached. Please use instructions and nails included with the runners. This is very important as personal injury and/or chair damage could occur if runners are not assembled properly. We created a video with instructions for attaching your runners.

Because Troutman chairs last a lifetime, we offer parts for our chairs at a nominal cost. We want you to keep rockin’!

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  • 5
    Beautiful little rocker

    Posted by Terri on 4th Aug 2021

    I gave this beautiful little rocker 5 stars ... and it's a cutie! It is solid and well made and looks like it will last a lifetime!! I didn't realize how small it is ... IMHO ... a child's chair ... I was thrilled to find a "pickin' chair" but I'm 6ft tall ... and this little cutie is too small for me.

  • 5
    Well built and functional

    Posted by Neal Lemery on 10th Jun 2014

    I needed an armless rocking chair so I could play my guitar and enjoy a rocking chair. This is a very sturdy, well crafted rocker, and is well suited to my purpose.