King Hickory, a family-owned company for 50 years, has been committed to manufacturing eight-way hand-tied, hardwood, glued and dowelled frames and the most durable in cushioning: the very essence of American standards of manufacturing quality and value. They offer traditional and transitional styling in leather, leather/fabric combinations and the finest of upholstery choices. King Hickory is proud to announce their partnership with the Museum of New Mexico.
The King Hickory Difference
King Hickory has used three major assets in building its reputation over the years: solid frames, master craftsmen, and eight-way hand-tied springs.
The use of kiln-dried hardwoods with maple rails is the foundation of one of the best frames in the furniture business. Recently, they have incorporated the use of cad/cam technology to create intricate hardwood plywood frames. This technology allows their designers to create frame shapes that were not possible in the past.
King Hickory has been able to attract and keep some of the area’s finest craftsmen by offering its employees a work environment which fosters motivation and self-accountability. Many of these craftsmen have been with the company for more than a quarter of a century.
Eight-Way Hand Tied Springs
Their seat springing system is eight-way hand-tied, which is considered the benchmark for seating in all fine upholstery. The finest cushioning materials available are used to provide excellent comfort. Fine fabrics and leathers from all over the world are offered in a wide assortment so almost any look can be tailored to the customer’s taste and satisfaction.