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Arts & Crafts Upholstered Seat Armchair, c. 1902
Located in Kenilworth, IL
for the Tobey Furniture Company line of Russmore Mission furniture. American, Chicago, after 1902
Category

Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Leather, Pine

4 Antique Cushman Colonial Creation Fairfield Maple Dining Arm Side Chairs
By H.T. Cushman Manufacturing Company
Located in Dayton, OH
. By 1901 the company had developed a catalog of mission style furniture, which sold well for a decade
Category

Early 20th Century American Colonial Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Maple

Lifetime Furniture Antique Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Sideboard or Bar Cabinet
By Lifetime
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous antique Mission or Arts & Crafts sideboard, buffet server, or bar cabinet By Lifetime
Category

Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Copper

American Mission Leather and Oak Wing Chair
By Dexter Furniture 1
Located in New York, NY
American Mission stained oak wing chair with decorative copper trim and leather mesh back with
Category

1890s American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Leather, Upholstery, Oak

Arts & Crafts Mission Oak Slatted Rocking Chair by Harden C1910
By Harden Furniture 1
Located in Port Jervis, NY
Fabulous and comfortable arts & crafts mission rocker by Harden c1910. Mortise and tenon
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1910s American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Fabric, Oak

American Mission Wicker Dome Chandelier
Located in New York, NY
American Mission natural wicker dome shaped ceiling shade with pierced weave above a solid rim band
Category

Late 19th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Wicker, Glass

Antique American Mission Wicker Dome Chandelier
H 23 in W 34.25 in D 34.25 in
American Mission Wicker Morris Chair
Located in New York, NY
American Mission white painted wicker adjustable high back Morris chair with cushions.
Category

19th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Wicker, Paint, Upholstery

Antique American Mission Wicker Morris Chair
American Mission Wicker Morris Chair
H 46.5 in W 28 in D 34 in
Antique Mission and Umbrella Stand
Located in Seattle, WA
Antique Mission Arts and Crafts oak umbrella stand features three slotted design with removable
Category

Early 1900s Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

American Mission Brown Leather Chaise
Located in New York, NY
American Mission oak chaise lounge with brown leather upholstery and slat design headrest
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak, Leather

Antique American Mission Brown Leather Chaise
H 26 in W 75.5 in D 28.5 in
American Mission Wicker Umbrella Stand
Located in New York, NY
American Mission natural wicker umbrella stand with ring handles.
Category

Late 19th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Mission Arts & Crafts Rocker by Harden Quarter Sawn Oak w Leather Seat, C1905
By Harden Furniture 1
Located in Port Jervis, NY
recently refinished so it's ready for a new home. Beautiful deep rich mission oak color really pops
Category

Early 1900s American Arts and Crafts Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Leather, Oak

American Mission Oak Library Writing Table
By The Onondaga Shops
Located in New York, NY
American Mission oak library writing table with rectangular top over 2 frieze drawers and square
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

American Mission Oak Library Writing Table
American Mission Oak Library Writing Table
H 29.25 in W 42 in D 28.25 in
Arts & Crafts Liberty & Co Oak & Leather Mission Footstool
By Liberty & Co.
Located in Norwich, GB
Arts & Crafts oak & leather Mission style footstool by Liberty & Co. The base applied with
Category

Early 20th Century Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Leather, Oak

Vintage Mission Oak Desk Arts and Crafts
By Stickley Brothers
Located in Atlanta, GA
Clean Lined Mission Oak Desk, attributed to Stickley Brothers, unsigned, American, circa 1910s
Category

1910s American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Metal

Limbert Bros American Mission Oak Sideboard
By Charles Limbert
Located in New York, NY
American Mission oak sideboard with backrail (LIMBERT BROS)
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

American Mission Wrought Iron Umbrella Stand
Located in New York, NY
American Mission wrought iron umbrella shaped umbrella stand with round hammered base.
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Wrought Iron

L & JG Stickley Single Door Oak Bookcase
Located in Dallas, TX
Flemish. Stickley's furniture--called Mission Oak because of the early 1900s popularity of California
Category

1910s American Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Lifetime Arts & Crafts Mission Oak Bookcase Pegged Through Tenon Original Finish
By Lifetime
Located in Forest Grove, PA
A beautiful, very well made and clean Mission Oak or Arts & Crafts bookcase, ca. 1905. Made by
Category

Early 1900s American Arts and Crafts Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Copper

Antique Mission Style Round Quartersawn Oak Pedestal Breakfast Dining Table
Located in Dayton, OH
Antique Mission style round dining or breakfast table featuring square pedestal base with castors
Category

Early 20th Century Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Santa Barbara Mission Wrought Iron Floor Lamp
Located in Malibu, CA
Original Santa Barbara Mission hand wrought iron floor lamp converted from floor candlestick. This
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Iron

L & J.G. Stickley Oak Arts and Crafts Mission Bench
By L. & J.G. Stickley Inc.
Located in New York, NY
L and J.G. Stickley oak Arts and Crafts mission bench. The bench is well constructed with a solid
Category

1920s American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

American Mission Style Wrought Iron Log Holder
Located in New York, NY
American Mission-style (19/20th Century) wrought iron log holder magazine rack with a scroll design
Category

19th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Wrought Iron

Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Gustav Stickley #717 Craftsman Two Door Bookcase C1910
By Lifetime
Located in Port Jervis, NY
workshops of the Arts and Crafts Mission period. Still in its original fumed oak finish and with it all the
Category

1910s American Arts and Crafts Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Iron

American Mission Heintz Art Metal Table Lamp
By Heintz Art Metal Shop
Located in New York, NY
American Mission bronze brown patina table lamp with silver deposit thistle design on base and
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Bronze, Silver

American Mission Porcelain Pitcher Attributed to Rookwood
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in New York, NY
American Mission vase/pitcher decorated with flowers and silver deposit whiplash design attributed
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Silver

Pair of American Mission Monumental Wrought Iron Andirons
Located in New York, NY
Pair of American Mission-style (19/20th Century) monumental wrought iron andirons with basket tops
Category

19th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Wrought Iron

Tiger Oak Overmantle Oval Beveled Mirror Mission, America 1920, H700
Located in Vancouver, BC
Tiger Oak Overmantle Oval Beveled Mirror Mission, America 1920, H700 America 1920 Solid Tiger Oak
Category

1890s American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Antique Mission Style Arts & Crafts Oak Lamp Table with Carved Floral Design
Located in Big Flats, NY
*** Antique Mission Style Arts & Crafts Oak Lamp Table with Flared Legs having Carved Floral Design, c1910
Category

Early 20th Century Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

English Arts & Crafts Mission Chair circa 1890 Tree of Life Edwin Ridgeway
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
mission, captains chair or hall bench. With carved sunflowers or daisy's under the arms, with a tree of
Category

19th Century English Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Antique Old Meeting House Maple Mission Style Shaving Vanity Mirror 21"
By Winchendon
Located in Dayton, OH
Mission styling with swivel stand. Winchendon Furniture Corporation Founded: In 1923 by John H. Murray
Category

Early 20th Century Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Mirror, Maple

Mission Style 19th Century Oak Octagonal Small Side Drinks Table
Located in Hopewell, NJ
Handsome little Arts & Crafts antique side or martini table in rich oak with octagonal shape top.
Category

19th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Set of 12 American Mission Oak Dining Arm Chairs
By Charles Limbert
Located in New York, NY
Set of 12 American Mission oak dining arm chairs with squared back above a beige upholstered seat
Category

Late 19th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Upholstery, Oak

Early 20th Century Catalina Tile Table Mission Craftsman Arts & Craft Spanish
By Catalina Pottery
Located in Monrovia, CA
Early 20th Century Catalina Tile Side Table Mission Craftsman Arts & Craft Monterey. Gorgeous
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Ceramic, Oak

Pictorial Mission Basket
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Polychrome pictorial Mission basket with ten cats on a fence. Period: Last quarter 19th century
Category

Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Reed

Antique Mission Oak & Iron Trifold Cheval Tailors Haberdashers Dressing Mirror 8
Located in Dayton, OH
quartersawn oak featuring mission styling with unique trifold pivoting design. Dimensions: 84"h x 81.5" x 29
Category

Early 20th Century Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Mirror, Oak

Mission Style Brass and Slag Glass Table Lamp
Located in New York, NY
Mission-style hammered brass table lamp with multi-colored slag glass on shade and base.
Category

19th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Brass

Mission, Arts & Crafts American Eight Lights Brass Chandelier
Located in Fairfax, VA
Mission, Arts & crafts early 20th century American four gas and four electrical brass chandelier
Category

Early 1900s American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Brass

Antique Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Stickley Style Slat Back Arm Chair
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Antique mission oak Arts & Crafts Stickley style arm chair. Item features solid wood construction
Category

Early 20th Century North American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Rustic American Mission Style Slag Glass Table Lamp
Located in New York, NY
American Rustic Mission style (1920s) stained oak table desk lamp with 2 pedestals supporting a
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Glass, Oak

Pair of American Mission Oak Leather Side Chairs
Located in New York, NY
Pair of American Mission oak side chairs with high back and brown leather upholstered seat and back
Category

19th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Metal

Arts & Crafts Mission Oak 3 Drawer Desk & Chair with Rush Seat by Lifetime C1912
By Lifetime
Located in Port Jervis, NY
Fabulous mission Oak Arts & Crafts 3 drawer desk with a horizontal slat back desk chair with a rush
Category

1910s American Arts and Crafts Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Iron

Antique Lifetime Furniture Jacobean Gothic Spanish Walnut China Cabinet Cupboard
By Lifetime
Located in Dayton, OH
called his furniture the “Mission” style and it caught on – big time. In no time at all a great number of
Category

Early 20th Century Jacobean Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Walnut

Arts & Crafts Mission Style Oak Drafting Table Stool, circa 1925
By Heywood-Wakefield Co.
Located in Port Jervis, NY
Fabulous Arts & Crafts style antique drafting table stool. Made from quarter sawn oak with ship lap detail joinery connecting the foot rest and acting as a brace - stretcher. Classic...
Category

1920s American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Slant Front Desk, C1915
By Charles Limbert
Located in Port Jervis, NY
Fabulous slant front desk made from quarter sawn oak c 1915. Has two drawers below and slotted box for storage. Original skeleton key and working locks. Shelves on each side. In exce...
Category

1910s American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Brass

2 Antique Victorian Quartersawn Oak Folding Mission Campaign Writing Desks
Located in Dayton, OH
Pair of two antique Victorian Arts & Crafts folding Campaign desks. Made of quartersawn oak featuring Gothic quatrefoil and beaded carved accents with drawer and pull out writing sur...
Category

Late 19th Century Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Mission Oak Side Table
Located in NYC, NY
A fine small side table with three leg supports at each side and matching triple stretcher. Each adorned with a triple doweling support.
Category

Early 20th Century American Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Mission Oak Side Table
Mission Oak Side Table
H 28.5 in W 28 in D 13.5 in
Antique Mission Arts & Crafts Craftsman Quarter Sawn Oak Tall Back Resting Chair
Located in Monrovia, CA
Antique Quarter Sawn Mission Oak Craftsman Lounge Chair With Spindle Accents On The Sides Of
Category

Early 20th Century Unknown Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Limbert Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Dining Side Chairs, Pair
By Charles Limbert, Limbert Dutch Arts and Crafts Furniture Company
Located in South Bend, IN
A beautiful pair of solid quarter sawn Mission oak or Arts & Crafts dining chairs By Limbert USA
Category

Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Antique Mission Malayer Rug
Located in Katonah, NY
enjoyment to come with this hand knotted Persian Mission Malayer made in Persia circa 1900. Size measures
Category

Early 1900s Persian Malayer Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Wool, Cotton

Pair of American Mission Heintz Art Metal Table Lamps
By Heintz Art Metal Shop
Located in New York, NY
Pair of American Mission bronze green patina boudoir table lamps with floral silver deposit on base
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Silver, Bronze

20th Century Mission Side Table
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This early 20th century oak Mission side table is in fine condition and is very sturdy. Notice the
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Early 20th Century American Adirondack Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Wood

20th Century Mission Side Table
20th Century Mission Side Table
H 18 in W 18 in D 11 in
Antique Stickley Brothers Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Book Stand C1910
By Stickley Brothers
Located in Big Flats, NY
Antique Stickley Brothers Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Book Stand with Cutout Handles and Pressed Cane
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak, Cane

Lizard Mission Pictorial Basket
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Mission pictorial basket with Chuckwalla lizard motif. Period: circa 1900 Origin: California
Category

Early 1900s American Native American Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Twig

American Rustic Mission Style Oak Table Lamp, circa 1920, USA
Located in Girona, Spain
Crafts furniture often referred to as being in the Mission Style, though Stickley dismissed the term as
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Stained Glass, Wood

Pair of Oak High Back Mission Chairs in the Style of Charles Rohlfs
By Charles Rohlfs
Located in New York, NY
An early pair of 20th century Mission, oak armchairs, with leather strap seats, sloping arms and
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Leather, Oak

Mission Stye Oak Accent Table
Located in Bridgeport, CT
Misson/Arts & Crafts style oak round accent table with X-form stretcher and keyed mortise & tenon joinery, resting on straight legs. Dimensions: 13" top with 15 1/2" W overall width...
Category

Early 20th Century Arts and Crafts Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Mission Stye Oak Accent Table
Mission Stye Oak Accent Table
H 18.25 in W 15.5 in D 13 in
Arts & Crafts Gustav Stickley Mission Oak “V” Slat-Back Rocker C1910
By Gustav Stickley
Located in Big Flats, NY
*** Arts & Crafts Gustav Stickley Mission Oak “V” Slat-Back Rocker with Upholstered Seat, Signed, C1910
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Upholstery, Oak

Antique Arts & Crafts Mission Quartersawn Oak Bentwood Rocking Arm Chair Rocker
Located in Dayton, OH
A gorgeous American Arts and Crafts Mission chair, circa 1930s This gem features a spindle side and
Category

Early 20th Century American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Mission Bookcase Shelf Bespoke General Store Industrial NYC Retail Display Shelf
Located in Hyattsville, MD
Beautifully Patinated piece of Stickley style mission era furniture. A large and wide modular solid
Category

1920s American Mission Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Pair of Mission Oak End Tables
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair of Mission oak bench end tables Solid wood end tables can also be used as seating These
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Early 20th Century Antique Mission Furniture

Materials

Oak

Pair of Mission Oak End Tables
Pair of Mission Oak End Tables
H 22 in W 25.25 in D 14.5 in
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Antique Mission Furniture For Sale on 1stDibs

Find many varieties of an authentic piece of antique mission furniture available at 1stDibs. Was constructed with extraordinary care, often using wood, oak and metal. Your living room may not be complete without an item from our selection of antique mission furniture — find older editions for sale from the 18th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 20th Century. When you’re browsing for the right choice in our collection of antique mission furniture, those designed in Arts and Crafts, Victorian and Art Deco styles are of considerable interest. A well-made object in our assortment of antique mission furniture has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Gustav Stickley, Stickley Brothers and Globe Wernicke are consistently popular.

How Much is a Antique Mission Furniture?

A piece of antique mission furniture can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $1,779, while the lowest priced sells for $2 and the highest can go for as much as $68,300.
Questions About Antique Mission Furniture
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2024
    To know if your furniture is antique, look for labels and markings that indicate the maker. From there, you can use trusted online resources to determine when they were active and examine images to try to estimate the age of your piece. Furniture produced 100 years ago or more is antique. You can also have your furniture assessed by an appraiser or antiques dealer to learn about its age. On 1stDibs, explore a large collection of antique furniture.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 14, 2024
    Many antique furniture brands are popular. While trends in collecting do vary over time, some makers consistently remain highly sought after. Among them are J. & J.W. Meeks, John Henry Belter, R. J. Horner and Co., Stickley Furniture, George Hepplewhite, Josef Dannhauser, Thomas Chippendale and Thomas Sheridan. On 1stDibs, shop a variety of antique furniture.
  • 1stDibs ExpertAugust 15, 2019

    A piece of furniture is considered an antique if it is at least 100 years old.

  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 22, 2024
    Yes, antique furniture is in style. Many people appreciate the beauty and handcrafted character of antique furniture and love the idea of owning pieces with a rich history. Remember that style preferences are nothing if not fluid, meaning what's in one year may not be the next. So, in choosing the furniture you're planning to live with, you should pay less attention to interior design fads than to what speaks to you. That way, you can select pieces that will add long-term character to your home. On 1stDibs, find a large collection of antique furniture.
  • 1stDibs ExpertOctober 5, 2021
    The best finish for antique furniture is a matter of liking. But film finish is recommended by experts as it leaves a thick coat of film on the wood surface which protects wood from water and scratches. Shellac or varnish and water base are commonly used film finishes. Find an exquisite collection of antique, new and vintage furniture on 1stDibs
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    PAGODA REDOctober 7, 2020

    To determine the age of a Chinese furniture piece, look carefully at the joinery and finish. Natural expansion and contraction of the wood over time will cause a joint to protrude or retract, distorting a once-seamless fit. Antique lacquer finishes become crackled and worn over time. Areas of exposed wood, such as the underside of a table, the footrest of a chair, or the back of a cabinet should appear raw and dry compared to the finished surface. With use, the legs of tables and chairs become weathered near the bottom from precipitation and use.

  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    Antique furniture can be worth quite a lot, particularly if it is in good quality. The rarer the piece, the higher the value.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    There are a number of factors that can indicate if your antique furniture is valuable. When determining the value of antique furniture, consider its rarity. Additionally, it is important to determine the quality and condition of vintage furniture. If unsure of the value of your vintage furniture, have it appraised.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 1, 2024
    To date antique furniture from the UK, first look for identifying markings on the piece. You can then use trusted online resources to determine when the maker was active. From there, you may be able to estimate the year of production by looking at images of other furniture the maker produced. An expert appraiser or antiques dealer can also aid you in the dating process. Find a large selection of antique furniture on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 13, 2024
    Whether antique furniture is making a comeback is a matter of opinion. Many people would argue that antique furniture never faded from fashion, as there have always been individuals who love the idea of owning pieces that have history. Some of the most popular styles for antique furniture include Art Deco, Arts and Crafts, Renaissance Revival, Elizabethan, Gothic Revival, Victorian and Chippendale. Find a large collection of antique furniture from some of the world's top dealers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertJanuary 25, 2019

    The difference between vintage and antique furniture is that vintage furniture is at least 20 years old, while antiques must be at least 100 years old to be considered antique.

  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 14, 2024
    To be considered antique, furniture must usually be at least 100 years old. Contemporary is the name for furniture produced within the last 20 years. Vintage furniture is at least 20 years old. On 1stDibs, shop a diverse assortment of antique, vintage and contemporary furniture from some of the world's top sellers.