Masaya Rocking Chair, Pattern Manila
Artisanal, handwoven Sustainably sourced Hardwood Rocking Chair seen here with our pattern handwoven seat.
The handwoven seat and back is remarkably firm, comfortable, and sturdy. All of the wood used in our products is either reclaimed from hurricane damaged areas or sustainably harvested. This chair is a stylish yet casual statement piece, great for any room, and amazingly comfortable.
- Dims: H31” W29” D34”
- Available in Rosita Walnut, Royal Mahogany or Teak.
- Seat Height: 16”
- Sustainably sourced, tropical hardwood
- Handwoven polyester cord
- Intended for indoor use (or outdoor covered area)
- No assembly required
- Handcrafted in Nicaragua
Ships assembled and ready to use.
Made to order: 8-12 weeks (sometimes sooner).
Masaya & Co is dedicated to design and sustainability. Our products are handmade from sustainably sourced solid wood and offer a responsible alternative to mass production goods.
Masaya is a Nicaraguan town rich in artisanal tradition and craftsmanship. Masaya has a renowned central market where artisans and craftsmen sell bowls, hammocks, art, baskets, blankets, ceramics, and many other handmade products made in small homes, studios, and sheds.
Our team is made up of multi-cultural designers, artisans, farmers, craftsmen and tree huggers… We are planting trees and making unique wood furniture. All is good.
Custom Made to Order: current ETA is 10 - 14 Weeks (sometimes sooner). This lead time can change depending on the season.
If you have buyers remorse and wish to cancel, you must do so within 24 hours after placing your order. Once an order goes into production, it is being custom made for you. If canceled after the 24 hour period, there will be a 15% restocking fee for any cancelations.
All items are drop-shipped directly to you from our supplier.
Once your order has been shipped out to you, we will email you a Ship Confirmation with a tracking number.
Masaya & Co. are returnable within 7 days. You will be refunded in full minus all shipping costs.
Please contact us for a Return Authorization number. We will then instruct you on how/where to return the item. Any item returned without an authorization will be refused.
We make every effort to ensure that each order is packed safely and is free from any concealed damage.
● Please inspect all incoming items at time of delivery.
● Note the damage on the Carrier Receipt, if possible.
● Please take several pictures from different angles, as well as pictures of the packaging exactly as you received it, as this is very important to the Damage Claim.
● You must notify us within 2 days of receipt of any/all damage claims.
If you receive a broken/damaged item, this damage was caused during shipment, as we thoroughly inspect all merchandise before it is shipped to you. Therefore we will open a Damage Claim through our shipper; with your cooperation, this must be approved for any reimbursement or replacement of product.
Once the damaged item has been inspected and the damage claim approved you will be either credited the amount paid or the item will be replaced.
Please click here to see our complete Returns & Damages Policy.
Masaya & Co. solid hardwood furniture comes in the following renewable tropical hardwood species:
Teak (Tectona grandis)- Teak is one of the most prized hardwoods worldwide. Teak is highly valued for its durability, water resistance, and has been used for centuries in boat building, exterior construction, and furniture. When kept indoors, Teak presents as a honey blonde color that gains richness with time. On outdoor furniture, it will patina to a silver gray. Teak is an excellent plantation tree, as it restores ruined land to forest, and provides four times the jobs as cattle farming.
Cedro Macho (Carapa guianensis). Also known as "Andiroba" or "Royal Mahogany". Cedro Macho is in the Mahogany family and has a light reddish brown color. Grain can carry pretty variations in tone that shift from darker areas to light.
Nanciton (Hyeronima alchoernoides). Also known as “Rosita Walnut.” Nanciton has beautiful rich, dark, velvety tones and intriguing grain patterns.
MANILA CHORD FOR OUR HANDWOVEN FURNITURE:
The chord, or “manila”, found on our handwoven products is spun at our mill from thread we source from Anefil, an industry leader in sustainability and eco-friendly practices. For this process we use a heavyweight poly-thread often used in the production of mattresses and athletic wear. Much like cotton, it is soft to the touch, and has added strength, durability, and colorfastness making it suitable for commercial use while adding longevity to our product.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE:
All outdoor furniture as well as our chair frames are furnished with natural wood oil. Natural wood oil can be used over time to replenish the surface luster as well as to repair any minor nicks or scratches.
Table tops are finished with a clear poly finish that allows the natural beauty of the wood to be seen. Non-wax furniture polishes - like Pledge - are generally safe to use on our table tops.
For added protection against spills to our leather or manila woven surfaces, a polymer like Ultra-guard can be used. However, before applying any cleaning, conditioning, or protecting agent, we recommend the directions of the specific product be read & followed, and that the product be tested on a small, unnoticeable section of the furniture.