Rocking papasan chair can be constructed from chrome, cast plastic, laminated cardboard or aluminum and fiberglass. Styles ranging from high back traditional wood models to floating shapes.
Identify hooped-back rockers like Windsor style approx. 1740. Windsor chairs had a bird cage back, where horizontal wooden pieces penetrated vertical spiders. Watch rocking papasan chair with rectangular double painted weapon rails like Salem Rockers. Spindles attach the chair to the lower rail. The second rail serves as a major rest. They have enlarged rounded ridges and intricate sockets.
Attach locked legs and arms to a rocking papasan chair style of 1770. They have spindle legs attached to the runners at an angle and not directly in the seat. Mark a six-legged rocker as the 1740s rocking chair style, created in Sweden. The extra legs are attached to a carved, oblong seat as the curved part up the back. Put coarse rockers with legs made of sticks in Adirondack style. The arms and frame are studs, back twigs and the seat woven leather or wood. Identify rocking chairs without arms such as Sewing or Nursing Rockers, which had smaller frames to suit female users. The chair arms can be integral with the frame and are steam cast in large curves.