Shaking chairs started to appear in the late 1700s when somebody ingeniously thought of adding skates or rockers to the bottoms of grown-up furniture, just like a child's rocking cradle or rocking horse.
Is the rocker pitched appropriately? In layperson's terms, does the shaking chair give a smooth or even shaking movement without tipping, even when you are in the lying position? Or does it seem like you are about to turn backwards when you are shaking? Does a single push keep the rocking chair shaking for a few minutes or does it stop after onlya few seconds?
As clients have actually tried to find more attributes it has ended up being rare for a glider shaking chair to just rock and also it is most likely to have several other attributes. The rocker could pivot and/ or recline. Not all chairs have these added attributes yet lots of now do. If attributes such as this interest you after that you may want to search for those designs that use them.