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ANTIQUES; 20th-Century Furniture Bargains
(Information: 617-350-5400.) There are nearly enough Stickley pieces in the sale to furnish a house. ''Stickley antiques went way up in price years ago, and stayed up,'' said John Stewart, a Manhattan art adviser who sometimes buys antiques for his clients.
Stickley finds Dallas home in Aneita
In her day, Walthallâ€™s grandmother was a collector of antiques (although not any Stickley), many of which the extended family still owns. â€œHer love for quality things and antiques led me to want to name the store after her,â€ he said. Walthall.
Syracuse home of Gustav Stickley donated to preservation group
It is believed to be the first home in America featuring an Arts and Crafts interior, the "craftsman" style that Stickley helped to popularize with his solid-wood Mission furniture. Stickley founded the Gustave Stickley Co. (he later dropped the "e" from.
July 4th Antiques auction features Victoriana, early postcards, Stickley tables and more
STICKLEY TABLES, STICKLEY SIDE CHAIR-VIOLIN W/BOW & CASE. GOLD, SILVER, PROOF SETS, BICENTENNIAL, PAPER, AN AWESOME LINCOLN PENNY SET-1909 TO DATE â€“ LIST TO FOLLOW, LARGE LOTS OF COSTUME & GOLD JEWELRY, AN ENORMOUS AMOUNT OF VINTAGE.
RARE Antique STICKLEY BROTHERS Morris Chair Oak f121
Rare Antique Arts Crafts Stickley Brothers Arm Chair Rare Stickley Brothers Desk Splined MISSION OAK 1915 Mission Oak Stickley Brothers Quaint Rare Settle LARGE STICKLEY BROTHERS HAMMERED COPPER TRAY, Ca.1910
Gustav Stickley And the American Arts & Crafts Movement
The functional simplicity of Stickley design descends from the Shakers. But remove the characteristic overhanging tops from Stickley's tables and stands, and they seem to anticipate with their untapered square legs that icon of modernism.
Furniture pioneer Stickley chose Binghamton
A few years ago, Barbra Streisand bought a cabinet made by Gustav Stickley. late Victorian period to a sleeker and more basic design emphasizing function. While many have seen his designs for furniture showing up on episodes of "Antiques Roadshow.
The purpose of this guide is to assist you in evaluating quality mission furniture from pieces of lesser quality.Most period mission, also know as arts & crafts, furniture was made from quartersawn white oak although there was also a fair amount of furniture made from mahogany. There were basically two centers of manufacturing, one located in central New York and the other near Grand Rapids, Michigan. Between 1900 and the 1920's I have been told there were over 200 companies in the US making this style of furniture, And not all of it was created equal.Furniture of this genre will have very straight lines (no turned legs, claw feet or paw feet). The movemnet started in England as a rebellion to the excessive ornateness of the Victorian era. It was also a reaction to the cheap and shody furniture being mass produced at the beginning of the industrial age in England by returning to well made furniture.At the high end of the scale were the various companies owned by the five Stickley brothers, Gustav, John George, Leapold, Albert and Charles. Their companies included Stickley Brothers founded in 1895, and subsequently Craftsmans Furniture, L&JG Stickley Furniture Co., Stickley and Brandt and others. L&JG Stickley is still in business today still producing a line of Mission Furniture of both contempoary design and using the original design from 80 to 100 years ago. Other companies of equal quality include Limbert, Roycroft, Lifetime (actually the Grand Rapids Bookcase and Chair Co.) and a few others. The furniture by these companies is characterized by all solid quartersawn oak construction using mortise and tenon (M&T) joinery. Most of the structural M&T joints were held in place by a peg through the joint. Brae Loch Inn
The fourteen overnight rooms at the Brae Loch feature old world antiques from the British Isles, the classic luxury of Stickley furniture, and all the modern conveniences of home. Fine food well prepared and superb surroundings.Antiques Trade Gazette
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