: Hancock and Moore 6684-1 Ace Chair - Shown in Hereford Roan and Finery Mahogany combo with Chicory finish
Whether traditional or contemporary in style, Hancock and Moore
frames are solidly built. The corners are double-doweled and reinforced with corner blocks that are screwed into place. That is how we ensure the joints will remain solid over the lifetime of the piece. We pride ourselves on being one of a handful of manufacturers who continue to do eight-way hand-tied coil construction. This time consuming technique--typically found in antique chairs--involves tying each seat coil with heavy cord, using at least eight knots. The result is firm, comfortable support that will last for years. Since our foundation, Hancock & Moore
has worked from one basic principle--to build fine furniture of uncompromising quality that endures for generations.
Hancock and Moore is nestled in the foothills of North Carolina practicing time-honored traditions of building mostly leather furniture. Consisting of two manufacturing plants with close to 400 employees and 265,000 square feet, Hancock & Moore artisans spend 50 weeks a year building furniture in a family-like environment. Known to house the broadest leather inventory in the industry, Hancock & Moore believes that the distinction in fine furniture is all in the details. Researching trends from the fashion industry, Hancock & Moore incorporates details such as quilting, branding, painting, finishing and lacing into their designs. All products are hand-made and built to order - no two pieces will be exactly alike. To this day, up to 80 hours are spent handcrafting a piece of Hancock & Moore furniture. Every sofa, chair and ottoman bears the signature of the artisan who created it, reflecting the hard day's work that went into its construction. To Hancock & Moore, custom-made furniture is the purest form of self-expression. That is why they have spent the past 40 years creating furniture exactly as you envisioned, making it truly as unique as you are. In 2015, as the owners neared retirement, they sold the company to Rock House Farm Family of Brands and became a sister company to Century and Highland House. Today, under the leadership of Alex Shuford, III, the company continues to honor the mission upon which they were founded.