I have been looking for the history of the chair and trying to find out what the significance of each of the symbols are. But so far this is all I could find...
In 1908, together with the typical cart (national symbol), the famous Sarchí chair was born in the workshop "La Hacienda" in Sarchí (which means in Huetar language "open field"), the most modern coffee process exploitation machines, sawmills and workshops for the wood industry of the epoch where found there. This chair was made by Mr. Daniel Alfaro Corrales, whose brother a few years later, in 1914, would give life to the chair industry and created in 1928 the folding rocking chair.
Luis gave us his seal of approval
these are the high back Toucan design chairs - there is a medium back option as well
still looking for just the right table to go in between
They're certified GENUINE - made in "Costa Rica"
BTW - (although our sales person was camera shy) the rockers came from
Cuyo Rodriguez S.A.
Muebles Genizaro Y Guanacaste