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Armchair - Gustav Stickley (American, Osceola, Wisconsin 1858–1942 Syracuse, New York). Date: ca.1907–13 American. #GISSLER #interiordesign

Armchair - Gustav Stickley (American, Osceola, Wisconsin Syracuse, New York). Date: Culture: American. (upholstered cushions not original). Dimensions: 40 x 33 x 26 in.

Gustav Stickley, wicker armchair, no.86, Eastwood, NY, willow, unsigned, 25"w x 27.5"d x 39"h

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Armchair, Arts & Crafts, Stickley (Gustav), Barrel Back.

arts and crafts style chair

Antique - also for sale, Stickley furniture Mid-Century Modern furniture Arts & Crafts Roseville and Rookwood Pottery

arts and crafts highchair ... by Wm. Eugene Drummond, c. 1902

High Chair, 1902 // designed by William Eugene Drummond, MoMA /Photo by Cody Johnson

Gustav Stickley IMPORTANT AND RARE CHINA CABINET, MODEL NO. 964  |   SOLD. $242,500

Stickley, Inc. and its manufacture of hand finished solid wood furniture in Mission, Traditional and Contemporary styles. The Stickley Museum is located in Fayetteville, New York.

A Morris Chair made by Gustave Stickley. Not just a great example of American design, an example of true craftsmanship.

History and Value of Stickley Furniture - Gustav Stickley, L&JG Stickley, Stickley Brothers Furniture and Charles Stickley Mission Style Furniture

Gustav Stickley five-drawer coffee table.  Originally a taller desk.  Unsigned.  Refinished.  43″w x 24″d x 19″h

Gustav Stickley five-drawer coffee table. Originally a taller desk.

Gustav Stickley (American, 1858–1942). Library Table, ca. 1906. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Cyril Farny, in memory of his wife, Phyllis Holt Farny, 1976 (1976.389.1)

Library Table Maker: Gustav Stickley (American, Osceola, Wisconsin Syracuse, New York) Date: ca. 1906 top is covered with leather held in place by brass tacks

Gustav Stickley, Safecraft cabinet, Eastwood, NY, mahogany, brass, signed with large red decal, 21"w x 21"d x 34"h

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