Gustav Stickley's Morris Chair. I"ve been Looking everywhere and I finally found one! I love it!!!
Catalogue of craftsman furniture made by Gustav Stickley at The Craftsman Workshops, Eastwood, N.Y. (1909)
The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms: Living Room: American Chestnut Bookcase (one of a pair), 7' h x 7' 11" w x 12" d.
Gustav Stickley Craftsman Home
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 (1857-1942). Dropfront Desk, Open Medium: Oak with copper hardware Dates: ca. 1903
Chpt 18: Craftman Style: Gustav Stickley (March 9, 1858 – April 21, 1942) was a designer, furniture maker, editor and the leading proselytizer for the American Craftsman style, an extension of the British Arts and Crafts Movement.
Gustav Stickley tallback spindled armchair. Unsigned. Very nicely refinished.
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"
Gustav Stickley, Mission furniture, Arts and Crafts Movement
Gustav Stickley, American; Syracuse, New York; oak armchair with pewter, copper and wood inlays
GUSTAV STICKLEY TWO-DOOR BOOKCASE designed by Harvey Ellis executed by the Craftsman Workshops of Gustav Stickley, Eastwood, NY with firm's ...
Candle Sticks - Made by Gustav Stickley's Great-great-granddaughter, Jenny, for the Craftsman Farms 2013 "Design For Living" gala and fundraiser
Armchair Gustav Stickley (American, 1858-1942) c. 1907.
Superb 20th C Gustav Stickley Labeled Two Door Armoire With Paneled Doors
HARVEY ELLIS (1852 - 1904) GUSTAV STICKLEY, rare inlaid music cabinet, Eastwood, NY, ca. 1904, Large red decal, 57 1/2" x 22 3/4" x 17"