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Gustav Stickley Furniture

American, 1858-1942
American, 1858-1942

Gustav Stickley was one of the principal figures in the American Arts and Crafts movement and creator of the Craftsman style. As a furniture designer and publisher of the magazine The Craftsman, he adopted many of the ideals of British design reform movement and popularized both its philosophy and its aesthetics in the United States.

Born in Wisconsin, Stickley moved with his family to Pennsylvania when he was a teenager and began working in his uncle’s chair factory in the town of Brandt. There, he learned the techniques of the late-19th-century furniture making at a time when the vogue was for Victorian revival furniture, characterized by extensive ornamentation.

In 1883, Stickley established a furniture company with two of his brothers. When that foundered, he partnered five years later, with salesman Elgin Simonds, to form a new firm, which produced traditional furniture that appealed to the burgeoning American middle class. The success of this venture enabled Stickley to travel to Europe, where he discovered the writings of John Ruskin and William Morris, the two preeminent thinkers of the British Arts and Crafts movement. Stickley also traveled to France, where the Art Nouveau movement impressed him with its imaginative designs and skilled craftsmanship.

Stickley parted ways with Simonds at the turn of the 20th century, and decided to focus his creative energies on producing furniture in what became known as the Craftsman style, incorporating some of the elements of the designs and movements he had encountered in Europe.

The pieces Stickley created, which he stamped with the logo of a joiner’s compass, were rectilinear, largely free of ornament, made of oak, and built in such a way that the nature of their construction was plainly visible — all reflections of the tenets of the Arts and Crafts movement. His benches and rocking chairs were popular, and his leather-upholstered armchairs combined practicality, comfort and an understated silhouette. He also made side tables, like this unusual example, adorned with an octagonal Grueby Pottery tile in a cool shade of green, whicht makes it an ideal piece for an Art Pottery collector.

In 1901, Stickley launched The Craftsman magazine, which contained articles on all manner of domestic topics, from gardening and cooking to art and design, as well as poetry and fiction. In addition to popularizing Stickely’s own designs, the magazine acquainted Americans with the Arts and Crafts style in all its forms through its graphic design and the bungalows, art pottery, and hammered-copper lamps pictured in its pages. It also encouraged readers to practice craft themselves, promoting an early form of the do-it-yourself ethos. In 1904, Stickley founded the Craftsman Home Builders' Club, which allowed subscribers to the magazine to order architectural plans for the Arts and Crafts–style structures that were featured in its pages; eventually this became one of its most popular features.

An ill-timed attempt to set up a New York showroom led to Stickley’s filing for bankruptcy in 1915. The outbreak of World War I, waning interest in the Arts and Crafts style, and increased competition all conspired to thwart Stickley's efforts. The Craftsman ceased publication a year later. When he died, in 1942, Arts and Crafts had been replaced by modernism as the favored aesthetic. It enjoyed a resurgence, however, in the 1970s, and Stickley is now regarded as one of the most important American designers in the first half of the 20th century.

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Creator: Gustav Stickley
41.5 Stickley Mission Collection Bookcase
By Gustav Stickley
Located in Pasadena, TX
From the Stickley Mission Collection reissued in the 1990s. 2005 Cherry construction with 4 adjustable shelves. Stickley seal and brand. Measures: 25" width x 15" depth x 41.5" heig...
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Early 2000s North American Mission Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Cherry

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Desk or Library Table, Newly Restored
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Copper

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Sideboard, Circa 1900
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Copper

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Drop Front Secretary Desk, Circa 1900
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Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional Mission Arts & Crafts drop front secretary desk By Gustav Stickley USA, Circa 1900 Quarter sawn oak, with original hammered copper hardware. Measur...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Lounge Chairs, Fully Restored
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Located in South Bend, IN
An exceptional pair of Mission Arts & Crafts lounge chairs or club chairs By Gustav Stickley USA, Circa 1909 Solid quarter sawn oak frames, with black leather seats. Meas...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Early Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Library Table or Writing Desk
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional antique Mission oak Arts & Crafts writing desk, library table, or center table By Gustav Stickley (original label present) USA, Circa 1900 Measures: 3...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Oak

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Settle Sofa, Circa 1900
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional Mission or Arts & Crafts settle sofa By Gustav Stickley (signed with original early label) Eastwood, NY, Circa 1900 Solid quartersawn oak, with uphols...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Upholstery, Oak

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Sideboard, circa 1900
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional antique Mission oak Arts & Crafts sideboard or credenza with plate rack By Gustav Stickley USA, Circa 1900 Quarter sawn oak, with ooze leather lined t...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Copper

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Sewing Rocking Chair, Circa 1900
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Mission oak Arts & Crafts sewing rocker By Gustav Stickley USA, Circa 1900 Solid quartersawn oak, with leather seat. Measures: 17"W x 25"D x 31.25"H. Seat heig...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Massive Mission Oak c. 1920's Sofa Large Bench Sette Loveseat Couch
By Gustav Stickley
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Massive tall back and sides Arts & Crafts mission oak bench settee signed Stickley. Even arm early 1900s design.
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20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Oak

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Desk or Library Table, Newly Restored
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional antique mission oak Arts & Crafts writing desk or library table By Gustav Stickley USA, circa 1900 Measures: 40" W x 28" D x 29.75" H. From floor to a...
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Early 1900s American Arts and Crafts Antique Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Oak

Signed Gustav Stickley Antique Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Desk, Circa 1900
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional antique Mission oak Arts & Crafts writing desk By Gustav Stickley (original label present) USA, Circa 1900 Solid quarter sawn oak, with original hamme...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Copper

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Dining Chairs, Circa 1900
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous set of six Mission oak Arts & Crafts ladder back dining chairs By Gustav Stickley USA, Circa 1900 Solid quarter sawn oak frames, with tan leather upholstered seat...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Leather, Oak

Rare Signed Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Dining Chairs, Restored
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional set of six mission Arts & Crafts ladder back dining chairs By Gustav Stickley (signed with original branded label) Eastwood, NY, circa 1900 Solid quar...
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Early 1900s American Arts and Crafts Antique Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Brass

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Gate Leg Drop Leaf Dining Table
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional Mission oak Arts & Crafts gate leg drop leaf dining table By Gustav Stickley USA, Circa 1900 Measures: 66.5"W x 48"D x 30.25"H (fully extended). 19.75...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Oak

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Sideboard, Circa 1900
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional antique Mission oak Arts & Crafts sideboard or credenza By Gustav Stickley USA, Circa 1900 Quarter sawn oak, with original hammered copper hardware. ...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Copper

Early Gustav Stickley Ebonized Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Writing Desk
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional antique Mission oak Arts & Crafts writing desk By Gustav Stickley (original label present) USA, Circa 1900 Solid quarter sawn oak in original ebonized...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Andy Warhol's Six Stickley Dining Chairs from the Factory and Extending Table
By Gustav Stickley
Located in Brooklyn, NY
A rare piece of cultural history of international significance, offered here are six signed, circa 1918, quarter sawn oak mission style Stickley Brothers chairs which were used by Am...
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1910s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Oak

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Extension Dining Table, Newly Restored
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional Mission oak Arts & Crafts extension dining table By Gustav Stickley USA, Circa 1900 Measures: 48" W x 48" D x 29.63" H. Extends up to 96" W with four ...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Oak

Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Pedestal Dining Table with Six Leaves
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional Mission oak Arts & Crafts pedestal extension dining table By Gustav Stickley USA, Circa 1900 Measures: 54" W x 54" D x 29.5" H. Extends up to 120" W w...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Oak

Gustav Stickley V-Back Oak and Leather Dining Chairs by Warren Hile Studio
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
An exceptional set of eight Arts & Crafts v-back dining chairs Designed by Gustav Stickley (circa 1900) and produced by Warren Hile Studio USA, Circa 1980s Solid quartersawn...
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Late 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Gustav Stickley Mission Oak Arts & Crafts Extension Dining Table, Newly Restored
By Gustav Stickley
Located in South Bend, IN
A rare and exceptional Mission oak Arts & Crafts pedestal extension dining table By Gustav Stickley USA, Circa 1900 Measures: 48"W x 48"D x 29.13"H. Extends up to 96"W with ...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Oak

Antique Pair Arts & Crafts Gustav Stickley Hammered Brass Candle Sconces, C1910
By Gustav Stickley
Located in Big Flats, NY
A pair of antique Arts & Crafts wall sconces by Gustav Stickley offers hammered brass construction with stylized shield form plate having scroll arm terminating in candle socket, gua...
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Early 20th Century Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture

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Gustav Stickley furniture for sale on 1stDibs

The Gustav Stickley furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are often made of wood and designed with extraordinary care. There are many options in our Gustav Stickley collection of furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. We stock 19 vintage versions of these items, while there is 0 modern edition to choose from as well. Many original furniture by Gustav Stickley were created in North America during the 20th century in the Arts and Crafts style. Many customers also consider furniture by L. J. G. Stickley Inc., Stickley Brothers and Charles Limbert if you’re looking for additional options. Prices for Gustav Stickley furniture can vary depending on size, time period and other attributes. Price for these items starts at $600 and tops out at $38,250, while pieces like these can sell for $3,995.

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