Oak 430 Classic Jumbo Rocker

From: $269.99


Model number 430 Classic Jumbo Rocker by Troutman Chair Co.

About the 430 Classic Jumbo Rocker:

The 430 rocker is the original Oak rocker made in North Carolina by Troutman Chair Company since 1924. It is by far one of the best rockers made today.

This rocker has a taller back to rest your head, as well as a scooped seat for additional comfort.

Made from solid Oak, the Classic Jumbo rocker has no glue in its construction and it uses wood with different moisture contents in its construction. As a result it has an interlocking swell joint that get stronger with age.

Rockers of this quality are meant to be finished and put on a covered porch or showcased indoors.

Troutman Chair uses water-based urethanes designed for outdoor use, however, we recommend keeping products undercover for longevity.

As a result, they are not intended to be placed in direct weather.

This rocker is available in a variety of colors.

We try to keep the White in our general inventory at our store.  All other colors are special order.

Minor assembly required. Rocker runners will need to be attached. Please use instructions and nails included with the runners. This is very important as personal injury and/or chair damage could occur if runners are not assembled properly. 


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  • Unit measures 18.75 W x 23 D x 46.5 H.
  • Back Height from floor to top of knob – 46 1/2″”
  • Double Scooped Seat Height 16 1/2” at rest
  • Seat 23” at the widest point and 18 3/4” Deep
  • Arms 3 1/8” Wide Splayed to give more inside room in the chair
  • Inside Arm Dimension widest point at front 20” back 17”
  • Dimension front to back 31” Widest Point 26 ¾”

Shipping Info

The 430 rocker ships assembled (with the runners removed).

As a result, it is too large for FedEx or UPS and is safer shipping on a pallet via freight carrier.

For a quote, proceed to checkout and select the “R+L Carriers” option under shipping.

We also offer FREE pickup and/or assembly from our store in Wilmington, North Carolina.


  • Solid Hardwoods
  • Painted Finishes – Ash, Maple, Birch, Hickory
  • Stained and Ready to Finish – Oak, Hickory
  • Mortise and Tenon Construction, Shaker Techniques, interlocking joinery and swelled joint construction.

Manufacturer Info

Since 1924

Troutman Chair Co., established in 1924, has been family-owned since its inception. The Brown family of Troutman, North Carolina is responsible for starting and maintaining the quality manufacturing process of solid wood furniture for almost three-quarters of a century.

In 1999, Champ and Jean Land purchased Troutman Chair Co. continuing the tradition of handcrafted furniture in the same manner established back in 1924 – with farmhouse, shaker-style chairs, rockers, stools,  and tables. A true family-run business, the Land’s son Cam is now a driving creative force.

A Tradition of Excellence

Since 1999 the Land family has made few changes to the Troutman Chair Co. business and products. The goal of purchasing a company already manufacturing the best product in its category and enjoying a near-perfect reputation was to merely enhance the best and offer it to the rest of the country: Troutman products were historically sold only in the Southeast. Troutman now ships anywhere in the continental United States and as far as Germany. Minor adjustments were made to the products over time – the Lands added a deluxe finish line with stain and painted finishes. They moved to stainless steel nails and arm braces to avoid rusting. Since taking over, the Lands have expanded the product catalog and continue to look for new ways to bring quality made wood products into customers’ homes, on front porches, resorts, and in unique places like airports.

In this time when a good deal of furniture manufacturing is being done overseas with cheap materials and plastic, the Land family feels a sense of pride in knowing that they are overseeing the continuation of a true Southern tradition – hand-making rockers the time-honored, quality way of old master craftsman.