Gustav Stickley Furniture Arts & Crafts Furniture Mission Oak Furniture - Reproductions and Antiques
Specializing in the works of L. &. J.G. Stickley, Gustav Stickley, Harvey Ellis, Roycroft, Limbert, Dirk Van Erp, D`Arcy Gaw, Rohlfs and Greene & Greene.  Custom reproductions and antiques.
Early and Rare Uncatalogued Original Signed Gustav Stickley Settle.

Rare signed Gustav Stickley oak settle, 1902-1904. Beautifully simple and direct, this early form displays wide arms with "clipped-corners" which are pierced by the large thru-tenons of the legs, typical of the earlier forms. The side stretchers also show large thru-tenons. Liberal use of quarter sawn oak with heavy flake throughout. The condition is excellent with no damage or repairs, it has been professionally refinished by us. Signed with the early red decal of joiners compass and "Stickley" in a box. This is the only example of this form which we have seen in 20 years specializing in Arts and Crafts furniture. Back is angled for comfort, a thin cushion could be added to the seat for extra comfort. Please note, "clicking" any of the images will display a full page enlargement of that image for better viewing.



Product ID: #204

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View of the back of the settle.

View of the back of the settle.

Close-up of large pinned thru-tenon at the side stretcher, note pinned tenon construction on the legs also.

Close-up of large pinned thru-tenon at the side stretcher, note pinned tenon construction on the legs also.

Detail of the pinned mortise and tenon construction of the back of the settle.

Detail of the pinned mortise and tenon construction of the back of the settle.

Low front view.

Low front view.

Detail large leg thru-tenon in the arm and the clipped corner of the arm.

Detail large leg thru-tenon in the arm and the clipped corner of the arm.