About

Still River Antiques is the restoration and used furniture resale division of The Hitchcock Chair Co.. We are currently the only authorized restorer of Hitchcock furniture. We operate out of the Hitchcock Factory in Riverton, using the same equipment, materials, and parts as the new furniture, and have full access to Hitchcock’s library of stencils and trademarks.

In addition to restoration services we also resell used Hitchcock furniture and restore classic Hitchcock pieces for resale. This allows us to offer a less expensive option for purchasing genuine Hitchcock pieces at a more budget friendly price point. All restored pieces are brought to as close to factory quality as possible, and carry the same 1 year warranty on parts and manufacturing as the new pieces.

While we specialize in Hitchcock, our team of trained craftsmen also perform restoration services on non-Hitchcock pieces.

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  1. richard brown November 14, 2015 / 7:15 pm

    Dear Sir; I have a hichcock stickback arm chair that the legs have broken. I would like to have it repaired . please let me know what you require for me to have it repaired. Thank you

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    • stillriverantiques December 7, 2015 / 6:47 pm

      Hi Richard. I apologize for not getting back to you sooner – we were having some trouble with the website.
      The best way to get your piece repaired is if you can bring it into our store in Riverton. We can evaluate there and give you the best option for repair.
      Otherwise, I would advise emailing a picture of the chair and damaged area along with your contact info to restoration@hitchcockchair.com and we can try and find an option that will work for you.

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