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Victorian rocking horses

Victorian rocking horses

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Victorian rocking horses have a long-standing tradition and have been made for many years. If you are seeking a Victorian rocking horse, we can help you to select the best one for you. You may be looking for Victorian rocking horses for sale because you have decided on a gift. The craftsmanship of the Victorian rocking horse maker extends to full leather tack, comprising saddle, bridle, martingale, reins and strapping. Genuine horsehair is considered essential nowadays, as it is a certain sign of quality. Lovers of carving and fine traditional craftsmanship are in for a treat. Victorian rocking horses for sale UK.

Experts in the production of Victorian rocking horses, Victorian rocking horse makers are noted for their quality, craftsmanship and attention to detail. Every Victorian rocking horse is lovingly crafted by a team of experts in the UK. The skilled rocking horse makers use only traditional methods to hand-craft every unique piece to your exact wishes.

Each Victorian rocking horse is handmade using the finest quality materials and traditional craftsmanship. These are highly desirable items as well as cherished family heirlooms. There are often several options available to tailor your horse to your exact wishes.

The lovely Victorian rocking horses combine the period charm of an antique traditional dapple grey rocking horse with the safety and reliability of the finest contemporary craftsmanship.

Authentic Victorian rocking horse patterns are used and the finishing is entrusted to a specialist artist who achieves a gorgeous finish which resembles an antique patina. The Victorian rocking horse is available on a safety stand or a bow rocker. These excellent Victorian rocking horses are only available from the makers and are not available in any shops.  Each horse is individually hand carved and finished in the traditional ictorian rocking horse workshops. Every aspect is prepared in the wood, leather, hair, paint and metalwork shops, so that quality control s assured. As well as making to commission there may be finished Victorian rocking horses in the showroom ready for immediate collection or delivery. We know that making your choice is a really big decision, so we will be happy to guide you and help you choose the right one for you.

This is the maker of fine Victorian rocking horses, made in the spirit of days gone by, but still unique testimonies to twenty-first century craftsmanship. The beauty of the rocking horse begins with the careful selection of the highest quality timber, which is sourced from carefully-managed areas of reforestation where replanting of sustainable timbers is the byword. The hand of the master craftsman then transforms the blocks of wood that comprise each horse by skillful use of traditional tools like the mallet and gouge.

Each Victorian rocking horse is made by hand, which permits a high degree of individuality. The customer can choose the colour of hair, stirrups, saddle and tack. Your horse is then truly your horse!

These Victorian rocking horses are made using the best materials and workmanship with patterns taken from genuine old rocking horses restored over recent years. Their attractive heads, friendly faces and high quality finish endear them to all. Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian rocking horses have always been favourite family heirlooms.

It wasn't until the nineteenth century that rocking horses became elegant and beautiful pieces created by the hands of master craftsmen. Only the more affluent families and the nobility only could afford these stunning creations. They featured what we have come to expect today's standard features, such as leather saddles, glass eyes and genuine horsehair manes and tails.

Most rocking horses were originally made on bow rockers and it was in 1877 when an American made a significant advance by introducing the swinging safety stand. This needed far less space and stayed in place rather than steadily moving forwards as the child rocks, making it far safer to use. You will see that most newly-crafted rocking horses employ the safety stand.