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Name L & J.G. Stickley

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Image of Chair, Rocking - 1910 ca

Chair, Rocking - 1910 ca

Green stained oak rocking chair with brown leather seat. There are two flat slats in the rocker back. Legs are joined by one flat center crosspiece in the front, back and sides. The rocker matches chairs 1976.1.1347.1-4. This chair was produced by Leopold and John George Stickley ( L & J.G. Stickley) around 1910 in Fayetteville, New York. It can be dated by the distinctive 'mark' that the Stickley brothers used to identify their work, which can be found on each piece. The marks on this piece indicates that itwas produced between 1910 and 1912. This chair was produced by Leopold and John George Stickley around 1910 in Fayetteville, New York. It can be dated by the distinctive 'mark

Image of Table, Night - 1910 ca

Table, Night - 1910 ca

Green stained oak two drawer nightstand with bottom door opening to a two shelf cabinet. The door hinges are metal and knobs are 1.75" plain wood to match piece. The nightstand is part of a 4 piece suite including two single beds (1976.1.1344.1&2) and chest of drawers (1976.1.1330). The furniture was manufactured by L & J.G. Stickley, Fayetteville, NY. This night table was produced by Leopold and John George Stickley ( L & J.G. Stickley) around 1910 in Fayetteville, New York. It can be dated by the distinctive 'mark' that the Stickley brothers used to identify their work, which can be found on each piece. The marks on this piece indicates that itwas produced between 1910 and 1912. T

Image of Desk - 1910 ca

Desk - 1910 ca

One drawer desk of green stained oak. There is one wide shelf acting as a bottom cross piece. The front legs are enhanced by decorative arches toward the center. The drawer knobs are plain wood 1.75". The desk was manufactured by L & J.G. Stickley (Leopold and John George Stickley), around 1910 in Fayetteville, New York. It can be dated by the distinctive 'mark' that the Stickley brothers used to identify their work, which can be found on each piece. The marks on this piece indicates that it was produced between 1910 and 1912. This chair was produced by Leopold and John George Stickley around 1910 in Fayetteville, New York. It can be dated by the distinctive 'mark' that the Stick

Image of Chair - 1910 ca

Chair - 1910 ca

One of a set of four stained oak side chairs made by by L & J.G. Stickley, Fayetteville, NY. The top rail is slightly curved above two vertical slats. The leather seat is on block legs joined by box stretchers: two on each side and one in the front and back. This chair has a green stain. 'Mission' or 'Arts and Crafts' furniture was popular around the turn of the twentieth century. The Arts and Crafts movement was fueled by the belief that houses should be furnished in a simpler, more honest way. It was a straightforward, functional style, very different from the fussy Victorian furniture of the preceding century. The "mission" of the Stickley Brothers was to produce hand-crafted, stu