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The world's finest hand made rocking horses and expert rocking horse restoration for Essex. Low-cost collection and delivery of Essex rocking horses for restoration and repair.





The Essex rocking horse maker and Essex rocking horse restorer is part of Kensington Rocking Horse Company. Traditional hand made rocking horses are personally delivered to Essex with leather rocking horse bridle and saddle and horsehair mane and tail. These are fine traditional Victorian-style UK Essex wooden hand carved rocking horses which are individually hand carved by skilled craftsmen in the UK in the traditional Essex fashion. Carving tools such as the mallet and gouge are used by the rocking horse makers. The Kensington Rocking Horse Company is able to offer the rocking horse Essex buyer in the UK and overseas a unique range of hand carved rocking horses including the dapple grey.

Essex rocking horses includes restoration in these and other areas: Alresford, Ashingdon, Basildon, Benfleet, Billericay, Braintree, Brentwood, Buckhurst Hill, Burnham-on-Crouch, Canvey Island, Chelmsford, Chigwell, Clacton-on-Sea, Colchester, Danbury, Dunmow rocking horses. Eastwood, Epping, Frinton-on-Sea, Grays, Hainault, Halstead, Harlow, Harwich, Hockley, Hornchurch, Ingatestone, Leigh-on-Sea, Loughton, Maldon, Manningtree. Rocking horse makers for Ongar, Rainham, Rayleigh, Rochford, Romford, Saffron Walden, South Ockendon, Southend-on-Sea, Stanford-le-Hope, Stansted, Tilbury, Upminster, Waltham Abbey, Walton on the Naze, Westcliff-on-Sea, Wickford, Witham, Woodford Green rocking horse restorer.



Rocking horses for Essex rocking horse restoration or repair will probably need extensive repairs. Essex rocking horse restoration by experiences restorers who undertake Essex rocking horse renovation.


In the old days, the basic structure of the rocking horse was wood and it was carved in several pieces and then pegged together before being covered with a thin layer of a plaster-like substance called gesso. The paintwork usually represented a dappled grey, although animal skins, often deer or calf, were also used as a covering. The rockers were often painted green to resemble grass. Rocking horse repair Essex will repair and renovate your rocking horse. The horse's features were usually painted, although glass eyes were sometimes inserted into the heads by the rocking horse restorer Essex. Saddles and bridles of leather had metal bits and stirrups so that the child could accustom himself to the riding position. Manes and tails were frequently made of real horse hair which was cheaper and more realistic than carving. Essex rocking horse renovation by the rocking horse repairer restores Essex rocking horses.




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