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Koa rocking chair

Martin & MacArthur has been making Koa rocking chairs for over 50 years, longer than any other company in Hawaii. The company's founder, Jon Martin, started the company in 1961 with the desire to make the most beautiful furniture in the world from the world's most beautiful wood -- Koa. Jon's very first furniture piece was the Slat Back Rocking Chair, which is still the company's best selling piece of furniture.

All our wood rocking chairs are made from solid Koa harvested from the Big Island. Each of our classic Hawaiian rocking chairs is built individually by a master craftsman in our Furniture Workshop in Honolulu, Hawaii. No assembly lines. No outsourcing. Skilled craftsmen with over 25 years experience make each of our rocking chairs.

Our rocking chairs are guaranteed to be the most comfortable because they are perfectly balanced. You will never feel like you are falling backwards or lurching forward. Our rocking chairs are perfect for young and not-so-young, alike. The workmanship is guaranteed for life.

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Rocking Chairs

Koa Slat Back Rocking Chair

Slat Back Rocking Chair

$4,190.00
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Monarch Rocking Chair

$6,986.00
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Double Rocking Chair

$6,150.00
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Koele Rocking Chair

$4,990.00
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Rocking Chair - Menehune Size

$2,400.00

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  • Koa for Future Generations of Hawaii
    Koa for Future Generations of Hawaii The popularity of koa wood has never been greater. This beautiful wood is endemic to Hawaii and known for its deep rich colors and varied grain pattern. Koa has a rich heritage in Hawaii, and…

    posted Monday, 24 March 2014 16:43 Read more...
  • Hawaii Koa Wood – From Weapons to Watches
    Hawaii Koa Wood – From Weapons to Watches For anyone who has been to Hawaii, you know that Koa wood is highly revered as the wood of the monarchs and the ali’i. Koa wood grows only in Hawaii. It was the wood used…

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