Steel Pony Rocker

The rocking horse is one design that has been a bit played out as there hasn’t been much variation in either shape or style since it first started appearing in homes. This abstract take on the rocker puts emphasis on the structure in a stainless steel version that symbolizes the mere essence of the classic rocking horse. The bare-bones frame is complimented by a braided leather strip seat that gives a subtle nod to its archetypal inspiration.

Designer: J.Key Schneyorson

5 Comments

  • Jimmy C says:

    Not the best design ever. It looks nice, but it takes away that childlike innocence of the rocking horse we used to know.

  • MDesigns says:

    I love your take on the rocking horse. If people want to get the normal or vintage rocking horses, they can still get them. I see this not necessarily as a toy but as a sculptural rocking horse for older kids. Hell, I want to try it.

  • That’s a great piece. I love the clean lines and modern interpretation of a classic!

  • Hunter says:

    No. The reason why children so like rocking horses is that they look like horses!

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