Gustav Stickley (1857-1942). Dropfront Desk, Open Medium: Oak with copper hardware Dates: ca. 1903
Gustav Stickley's Morris Chair. I"ve been Looking everywhere and I finally found one! I love it!!!
GUSTAV STICKLEY Rare and fine adjustable table lamp (no. 506), Eastwood, NY, ca. 1906 Oak, hammered copper, patinated iron, glass, mica, single socket
GUSTAV STICKLEY TWO-DOOR BOOKCASE designed by Harvey Ellis executed by the Craftsman Workshops of Gustav Stickley, Eastwood, NY with firm's ...
Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement
Gustav Stickley craftsman font set.
Gustav Stickley Craftsman Home
Manderley Manor - home of Gustave Stickley - Toronto
GUSTAV STICKLEY Pair of hammered copper wall sconces lined in hammered agate glass. Fine original dark patina, professionally reglued glass of the period.
GUSTAV STICKLEY: Rare Oak Corner Cupboard. C. 1905. Ht. 69 1/2" W 46" D 24". Descended in the family of the original owners.
Gustav Stickley. Known today as the creator of Craftsman furniture, made of quarter-sawn white oak in subtle, plain designs, he was much more than a furniture maker. He was a visionary spokesman and proponent for the Arts and Crafts philosophy and a major tastemaker of his era. The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms, Morris Plains, NJ
GUSTAV STICKLEY: Early maple Poppy table (no. 26), with carved floriform top, lower shelf, and legs, ca. 1900. Fine original finish, professional restoration to chip on one foot. Unsigned. 23 1/2" x 20"
Armchair Gustav Stickley (American, 1858-1942) c. 1907.
Gustav Stickley, American; Syracuse, New York; oak armchair with pewter, copper and wood inlays
Gustav Stickley oak and beech tall chest of drawers, c. 1910-12. Copper hardware and iron studs.