This wonderful old well made doll rocking chair is primitive in nature and may have been made by the Indians in the Great Smoky Mountains in years past. It stands about 13 1/2" tall and is made of hand carved wood with a woven bent wood seat. You can see the hand carved wooden rungs and the circular notches in the uprights which are meant to add to the design. It has a nailed construction and one arm has been hand carved with the words "Great Smoky Mtns". I was told by the dealer where purchased that this was possibly made by the Indians (Cherokee?) in that area long ago...I can not guarantee this origination but it certainly adds character to the rocker. At any rate, your dolls will love to sit here and look off into the sunset! Rug seen in photo can be purchased in another listing and is not included with rocker.