This neoclassical, upholstered rocker is part of the Colonial Revival period from 1870-1920.
It has some detail in the back as well as the spools on the legs.
The chair is always bigger than child-size but smaller than a full size rocker would be.
She enjoys exploring foreign locales and hiking off the beaten path stateside, snapping pics of wildlife and nature instead of selfies.Victorians perfected the design, and loved wicker because it allowed them to have all the scroll work and details that their hearts desired.A big help in identifying old rocking chairs is to look at the lines and the way the back is designed.Chairs as we know them have been around since at least the 1700s.Before that, the chair was essentially a stool with a back, and only the head of the house or the upper echelon of society sat in them. The chair has evolved greatly since that time, with numerous styles and materials from which to choose.