Item no. 9053 / Gustav Stickley

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Writing Desk or Library Table, Circa 1900

$4,200.00

A rare and exceptional antique Mission Arts & Crafts writing desk or library table

By Gustav Stickley

USA, Circa 1900

Solid quarter sawn tiger oak, with hammered copper hardware

Measures: 36″W x 24″D x 29.75″H.

Newly refinished top and newly relacquered. Very good condition.

The table is finished on all sides and could be used floating in a room.

Details
Brand/Designer
Gustav Stickley
Country
USA
Era
Circa 1900
Material
Copper, Oak
Condition
Very Good
Dimensions
Width
36"
Depth
24"
Height
29.75"
Condition Notes
Newly refinished top and newly relacquered. Very good condition. Minor wear expected from age.

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