Location:Columbia, South Carolina,
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Item:113738216118This is a Rare Arts and Craft Signed Gustav Stickley Hexagonal Library Table that is Museum Quality and the identical Table with a Leather Top is in The New York Metropolitan Museum. Gustav Stickley a Leading Designer of the Arts and Craft Movement Founded the Craftsman's Workshop (called The United Craftsman before 1904). The Emphasis on the Structural Elements in this Hexagonal Table such as the Massive Tenons and Key Joints attaching each Leg to the Stretchers is Typical of early Stickley Design. This Table was in The Stickley Catalogue as " Library Table number 625" with either a Wood or Leather Top. Of the Several Types of Hexagonal Tables, this Six Legged Model with Stacked Legs is Rare in Today's Market. A Table Like this one was Built by Stickley for Craftsman Farms for his Family in Morris Plains , NJ and is now in the Met Museum. This Exceptional Table Gustav Stickley Hexagonal Library Table is in it's all Original Condition with it's Original Dark Oak Finish that is untouched and no Repairs or Retouches. It is Signed Gustav Stickley with The Red Compass Mark on the Underside that is Rare as it was used Only From 1902-1903 and is from His Early Works and Has the Original Metal Tag from the Furniture Company ( W.B. Moses & Sons Washington, DC) That Originally sold the Table. This is an Extremely Rare and Important Piece and has all the Bells and Whistles as it Measures an Impressive 55" Across and it is 30" High and will Make a Grand Statement for any Large Room for the Advance Collector Please look at my Pictures as they are an Important Part of my Description and Please ask Questions Before you Buy as I am Always Happy to Answer all InquiriesCondition:All Original Condition, Color:Dark Wood Tone, Style:Arts & Crafts/Mission Style, Maker:Gustav Stickley, Height:30", Material:Oak, Width:55", Original/Reproduction:Original, Type:Table
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1902-1903 Antique Gustav Stickley Arts & Craft Hexagonal 55" Oak Library Table z