Friday, September 18, 2009

Goose Creek Enterprises: Feature of the Week


Mommy Couture Designs is excited to announce our partnership with Goose Creek Enterprises. Goose Creek creates extraordinary one of a kind handmade heirloom hardwood children’s rockers for your family and generations to come. These vintage inspired luxury toys are offered in a variety of enchanting and stylish animal designs such as rocking horses, pigs and bears. Each artisan design is eco-friendly and handcrafted in the USA.

Goose Creek's founder, Fred Stave, was inspired by his grandchildren to design these heirloom treasures so that they remain in the family to be passed on from generation to generation. Each Goose Creek rocker design comes from many years experience as a research & development engineer. After he retired, Fred Stave became interested in woodworking after attending a large woodworking show in 2000. Fred delights in being a true perfectionist and making sure that every detail is exactly how it should be in every design he makes. Each rocker takes an average 45 hours to complete from concept design to the hand applied finishes.


Pat Holcomb, Goose Creek's artist extraordinaire, brings artistic design to each of the painted wood rockers with transparent water-based finishes to allow her beautiful handpainted designs to shine through. The natural wood rockers have 5 special oil-based coats of final finish on them. All riding rockers have a no tip feature designed into the rocker ends, with paints & finishes that are child-safe and non-toxic.

Children today rarely receive that one special gift that is of heirloom quality - something they will be able to cherish and pass down to their children. Goose Creek creates these extraordinary heirloom gifts that are not only eco-friendly, but also sturdy exceeding the highest safety standards. You can check out all of Goose Creek's riding rocker designs at www.mommycouturedesigns.com. This is one luxury toy that is worth the investment.

Price: $999 - $1499

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