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Shaker Furniture

Shaker Style

Authentic Shaker furniture is hard to come by, but not exceedingly rare. “Shaker style” describes furnishings and interiors that are both warm and simple, centered on unpretentious wooden chairs, tables and cabinets without ornament or embellishment.

The term derives from the popular name for an all-but-vanished American religious sect, whose members crafted honest, modest household furniture and objects as part of their belief in purposeful living and simplicity in all things.

Members of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing — called Shakers, derisively, because they writhed and danced in religious ecstasy during worship — arrived in the United States from England in 1774. Within 50 years, the sect had established 19 self-sufficient communities from Maine to Kentucky, where they lived pure, humble and industrious lives. The furniture and objects the Shakers made reflected their strict rules of behavior. Pieces such as ladder- and slat-back chairs and trestle tables were painstakingly crafted from native woods like maple and cherry, using traditional methods such as mortise-and-tenon and dovetail joinery and lathe turning. They employed strong, straight lines and symmetrical proportions, and decoration of any kind — carving, veneers, inlays — was prohibited, as it would encourage the sins of pride and vanity.

The Shakers movement included some 6,000 members at its peak in the 1860s, but the group practiced celibacy and could attempt to sustain their flock only by recruiting new adherents. Modernity proved too alluring. Today only one tiny Shaker community, in Maine, still exists, though the sect’s heritage is preserved at several historical sites.

To support their communities, the Shakers sold furniture to outsiders, who appreciated its superb quality. While the “Shaker style” label is today given to many plain, simple wooden pieces, it should also denote superior construction and solid materials. As elements in interior design, Shaker furnishings work best in a quiet decor. Modest pieces such as these can become lost among more ornate works. The style is most suitable to a country home — although a Shaker chair or cabinet can make a striking counterpoint in a modernist, urban setting.

As you will see on 1stDibs, Shaker furniture and objects have a deep appeal for their warmth, honesty and graceful simplicity, which make them welcome almost anywhere.

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Style: Shaker
Custom American Studio Made Cherry Side Table in Shaker Taste
Located in Charleston, SC
This very sleek and finely crafted solid cherry candle stand is austere and designed with simple effective lines. The round top is chamfered around the edges to lighten the visual we...
Category

Late 20th Century American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Cherry

Jim Rose - Armoire, Shaker Style in Steel with Natural Rusted Patina
Located in Chicago, IL
This Shaker inspired one-door armoire is made of fully repurposed steel. This modern take on an old tradition uses naturally rusted steel to bring a warmth to this beautifully const...
Category

Early 2000s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Steel

Jim Rose Half Housetop Gee's Inspired Quilt Cupboard, Steel Art Furniture
Located in Chicago, IL
This totally functional modern industrial cabinet is created from recycled hot-rolled steel. The monochromatic quilt pattern in the doors and on the sides of the piece are inspired b...
Category

2010s Shaker Furniture

Materials

Steel

Beachcomber Counter Stool in Walnut
By Greg Mitchell
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Light and strong, the Beachcomber Counter Stool evokes the sight of an old wooden single hull; it's lean, sturdy mast together with the rigging worthy of the high seas. Constructed of hand shaped legs and stretchers, each piece is carefully fit and pinned with hardwood pegs and wedges to last for generations, much like the sea craft that inspire them. For every bar stool, we start with scrupulously chosen lumber; each board must consist of straight grain and have absolutely no defects. This is not just for aesthetics, the clear grain gives the stool its strength. The boards are then milled to dimension and shaped by hand using a combination of machines and time honored hand tools. They are then given a polish by taking thin shavings with well sharpened planes and spokeshaves; rarely is sandpaper used in our shop. Once assembled, the Beachcomber bar stool...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Maple, Walnut

Italian Shabby White Piedmontese Wardrobe Sideboard Pantry Cabinet Shelves
Located in Buggiano, IT
Antique Piedmontese wardrobe with two doors, with movable shelves, original, shabby white, shallow. Size cm: 124 + 12 frame x 41 x 221 height Age:...
Category

Late 19th Century Italian Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Fir

Beachcomber Milking Stool in Oiled Walnut
By Greg Mitchell
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The beachcomber milking stool is our take on a Classic, simple form. The hand shaped seat is sculpted for comfort, and the legs are shaved wi...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Oak, Walnut

Beachcomber Bar Stool in Walnut
By Greg Mitchell
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Light and strong, the Beachcomber bar stool evokes the sight of an old wooden monohull; it's lean, sturdy mast together with the rigging worthy o...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Oak, Walnut

19th Century Chrome Yellow Shaker Box with Original Surface
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Oval Shaker box in chrome yellow paint with four swallowtail joints. Northeastern United States, 19th century. Completely original, dry, untouched surface. Measurements: 3 1/8” ...
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Mid-19th Century American Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Maple, Pine

Shaker Trestle Dining Table c. 1830
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Shaker trestle dining table c. 1830. Maple and pine. Possibly Harvard, MA community. Measurements: 28.75” height, 84.25” length, 33.75” width
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1830s American Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Maple, Pine

Sommar Dining Chair in White Oak with Spindle Back in Stock
By Greg Mitchell
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Inspired by the casual elegance of Scandinavian cafes with their clean, minimal aesthetic and just enough whimsy to keep the vibe fun, the Sommar Dining Chair was designed to fill a ...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Oak, Walnut

Vintage 1960s rectangle Ercol drop leaf Elmwood and Beech dining table
Located in London, GB
A vintage 1960s drop leaf ercol rectangular dining table. This table has a solid Elmwood top and a four legged solid Beech base. It has two drop leaves and is very good vintage cond...
Category

Mid-20th Century English Shaker Furniture

Materials

Elm

Late 19th C Mennonite Weathered Bench
By Shaker Style
Located in Fort Collins, CO
Mennonite bench which was in the same Colorado family since the early 1900s. A simple and sturdy piece, with original patina, a rare gem. A clean, Minimalist piece for seating or com...
Category

Late 19th Century Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Hardwood

Beachcomber Counter Stool in White Oak in Stock
By Greg Mitchell
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Light and strong, the beachcomber bar stool evokes the sight of an old wooden monohull, it's lean, sturdy mast together with the rigging worthy of the high seas. Constructed of hand ...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Oak

Gordon Russell Hand Built Ladder Back Oak & Woven Leather Lounge Chairs, 1904
Located in Coronado, CA
A true pair of artifacts! This pair of large Shaker style, loungey, arm chairs was designed and built by Gordon Russell around 1904 in Broadway, England. The chairs feature incredibl...
Category

Early 1900s English Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Leather, Oak

Vintage Tripod Stool by Hale of Vermont c1960s
Located in Oakland, CA
A tripod legged stool of solid walnut by the Hale Company of East Arlington, Vermont. Influenced by mid century Shaker furniture and stools by the master ...
Category

1960s American Vintage Shaker Furniture

Materials

Walnut

Antique Ladder Back Side Chair, The Netherlands
Located in Beerse, VAN
Antique ladder back chair from the Netherlands. The chair still has its original patina from natural wear, with a paint that is a dark, almost black color. At the same time, the ori...
Category

Early 20th Century Dutch Shaker Furniture

Materials

Wicker, Wood

19th Century American Shaker Rag Rug ( 3' x 12'6" - 90 x 380 )
Located in New York, NY
19th Century American Shaker Rag Rug ( 3' x 12'6" - 90 x 380 )
Category

1910s American Vintage Shaker Furniture

Materials

Wool

Monumental Late 19th Century American Shaker Rag Rug (139" x 97")
Located in Buffalo, NY
Monumental Late 19th Century American Shaker Rag Rug (139" x 97"),, Unusual colors / pattern. minor separtion , sections, repairs,,
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1890s American Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Wool, Fabric

Pair of Large Linen Pillow Cushions - Coastal Red Coral pattern - Made in Paris
Located in Leesburg, VA
Pair of 16" x 24" Linen cushions with the pattern "Corail" designed by Antoinette Poisson with Ruth Ribeaucourt. Duck Feather and Down insert with cotton cover. Made in Paris. A P...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary French Shaker Furniture

Materials

Linen

4 Antique Primitive Shaker Oak Farmhouse Country Ladderback Rattan Dining Chairs
Located in Dayton, OH
4 American Shaker ladderback dining chairs with rattan / wicker seats. Beautifully designed with unique cone shaped finials. Dimensions: 19.5" x 19" x 46"h, seat 19.5"
Category

Early 20th Century Shaker Furniture

Materials

Rattan, Oak

Vintage Shaker Style Spider Leg Candle Stand.
Located in Vero Beach, FL
Vintage Shaker Style Spider Leg Candle Stand. Classic Shaker style tripod spider leg candle stand in beautiful, refined minimalist design. It ...
Category

Mid-20th Century American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Leather, Wood

19th C Shaker clothes stretcher
Located in Hudson, NY
19th century shaker clothes stretcher. Massive size. Marked with a “40” Bottoms measure H52.5” W24” Top measures H37” W72” The shirt is hinged in the middle with two clothe strips an...
Category

Mid-19th Century Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Pine

Shaker Work Shop Style Cherry Wood Music Stand
Located in San Francisco, CA
A Shaker Work Shop style solid cherry wood hand crafted (bench made) music stand. Clean elegant lines, perfect in a modern style home. Adjustable height from 42 inches to 58 inches. ...
Category

20th Century American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Cherry

Pair of Early 20th Century German Walnut Hat Stands, Milliner's Shop Display
Located in Andernach, DE
Early to mid 20th century German hat stand, served as shop & window display. This is a charming pair of antique hat stands, ideal for the collector o...
Category

Early 20th Century German Shaker Furniture

Materials

Walnut

Antique Shaker Ladder Back Side Chair
Located in Sheridan, CO
Shaker Ladder back chair, 19th/20th Century. This side chair features a splint seat and old paint. Dimensions 44" H x 19"W x 14"D Seat hei...
Category

Late 19th Century American Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Wood, Paint

Antique 19th Century Primitive Shaker Lancaster Co. Bench 141.5"w
Located in Parkesburg, PA
Antique 19th Century Primitive Shaker Lancaster Co. Bench 141.5"w Hand made, mid 19th century Cloister Lancaster, Co, Pennsylvania. Square head nails...
Category

1870s American Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Pine

Modern Vintage Walnut Circular Side Table Turned Legs Italy 1970s
Located in Vienna, AT
Modern vintage side table in circular shape from walnut with turned legs, 1970s Italy. An amazing side table in circular shape from walnut with delicate turned legs works perfectly a...
Category

Late 20th Century Italian Shaker Furniture

Materials

Walnut

Handmade Birch Rocker with Woven Rush Seat
Located in Grand Rapids, MI
USA, 1940s Handmade Birch Rocker with Woven Rush Seat. The details on this piece are subtle but beautiful. The curving back varies from ladder to ladder, the upright arm supports hav...
Category

1940s American Vintage Shaker Furniture

Materials

Rush, Birch

Shaker Style Ebonized Maple Sideboard Buffet Server or Console Table
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Early American or Shaker style ebonized maple sideboard, buffet server, or console table USA, Late 20th Century Measures: 55.75"W x 17....
Category

Late 20th Century American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Maple, Lacquer

Santa Rosa Bench in Walnut
By Greg Mitchell
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The Santa Rosa bench is a simple piece of seating for the well appointed interior. Its clean lines, hand turned base, and wedged through tenons amount to a design that is at home in ...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Maple, Walnut

1930s American Shaker Rag Rug ( 3'6" x 14'4" - 107 x 437 )
Located in New York, NY
1930s American Shaker Rag Rug ( 3'6" x 14'4" - 107 x 437 )
Category

1930s American Vintage Shaker Furniture

Materials

Wool, Cotton

Vintage Arhaus Italian Cherry Shaker Farmhouse Country Extendable Dining Table
Located in Dayton, OH
A lovely Arhaus Italian Cherry farmhouse Shaker or Amish style dining table. Features a large rectangular top with planks running perpendicular to the table top. The table is support...
Category

Late 20th Century Shaker Furniture

Materials

Cherry

Jim Rose - Tripod Table, Shaker Style in Painted Repurposed Steel
Located in Chicago, IL
The Shaker inspired tripod stand is made of fully repurposed steel and then painted with a high gloss white paint. Meticulously crafted, artist Jim Rose was a master welder as well ...
Category

Early 2000s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Steel

Jim Rose Two Drawer/Two Door Pie Safe with Drilled Holes, Natural Rusted Patina
Located in Chicago, IL
Introduced in the early 1700's, the pie safe was an essential item in American kitchens before the introduction of refrigeration. The punched holes kept perishable goods safe from pests and were highly used up until the introduction of refrigeration in the mid 1880s. This modern take on an old tradition uses naturally rusted steel to bring a warmth to this beautifully constructed pie safe. The punched holes form an intricate floral pattern on three sides. One fixed shelf inside makes this a highly utilitarian yet stunningly beautiful addition to any room. Jim Rose Two Door - Two Drawer Punch Out Cupboard with Sill Edge, 2004 repurposed steel with natural rust patina 41h x 45.50w x 24.50d in 104.14h x 115.57w x 62.23d cm JR0268 Jim Rose b. 1966, d. 2023 Bio: Born in Indiana, Jim Rose lived in Europe until he returned to the United States to attend college. After one year at Bard College, Jim transferred to the School of the Art Institute in Chicago (SAIC) where he graduated in 1988 with a BFA. His skillful interpretation of the Shaker design is a result of intense research and field study of Shaker furniture, architecture, culture and history. After over two decades of dedicated work, he has mastered the minimalism of the Shaker technique and created his own unique visual vernacular. The quilts of Gee's Bend have become a monumental influence taking this artist's work to new levels of unique interpretation and artistry. His selection of aged steel results in a patina directly related to that of aged wood while his colored strips beautifully mimic worn cloth. Each piece of furniture is masterfully made and intended for daily use. Jim Rose’s steel furniture is featured every year at SOFA Chicago for the past 25 years. Education: 1989 B.F.A., sculpture, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL 1988 Student at Large, Welding Technology, Triton College, Chicago, IL 1985 Undergraduate Photography Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York Awards: 2008 Wisconsin Arts Board Fellowship Award, Madison, WI 2005 Elizabeth R. Raphael Founder’s Prize, Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA 2003 Grant Recipient for Shaker Interpretations in Cast Iron, PA Arts Assoc / WI Arts Board 2003 Arts/Industry Residency Program for Visual Artists, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Solo Exhibitions: 2017 New Work, Tory Folliard Gallery, Milwaukee, WI 2012 Simply Steel, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI 2007 Variation, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL 2003 New Work, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL 2001 Shaker in Steel / New Work, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL 2000 Shaker in Steel / New Work, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL 1999 Hands and Heart to Steel III, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL National Exhibitions: 2017 - 2019 SOFA Chicago – Gallery Victor Armendariz 1995 - 2016 SOFA Chicago, New York, Palm Beach - Ann Nathan Gallery Group Exhibitions: 2023 Jim Rose CODA, Gallery Victor, Chicago, IL Intersect Palm Springs, Gallery Victor, Palm Springs, CA 2020 Unseen, Gallery Victor Armendariz, Chicago, IL 2018 Art Market Hamptons, Gallery Victor Armendariz, Bridgehampton, NY Art on Paper, Gallery Victor Armendariz, Metropolitan Pavilion, NY, NY 2017 Coming Attractions: Inaugural Exhibition, Gallery Victor Armendariz, Chicago, IL 2017 Living with Art: The Newman Collection, 108 Contemporary, Tulsa, Oklahoma 2016 Form Follows Function: The Intersection of Art and Craft, The Hardy Gallery, Ephraim, Wi 2015 NEO, Chipstone Foundation, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI 2015 ICFF, Furniture Society, Javits Convention Center, New York City, NY 2013 Vahki Revisited, The Enduring Spirit of a Craft Collection” Mesa Contemporary Arts, Mesa, AZ 2013 Fearless Furniture, Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, Indianapolis, IN 2013 Inaugural Exhibition, Museum Wisconsin of Art, West Bend, WI 2012 Sitting Pretty: Furniture from RAM’s Collection, Racine Art Museum, WI 2011 Hiding Places: Memory in the Arts, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, WI 2010 Living with Art, Strohl Art Center, Chautauqua Institution, NY 2009 Summer in Wisconsin, Tory Folliard Gallery, Milwaukee, WI 2009 High Honors, James Watrous Gallery, Madison, WI 2008 Second Lives: Remixing the Ordinary, Museum of Art and Design, NY 2007 Transformation 5: Contemporary Works in Found Materials, Art Association, Jackson, WY 2007 Transformation 5: Contemporary Works in Found Materials, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, TX (traveling exhibition) 2006 Show us Your Drawers, Herron School of Art, Indianapolis, IN 2006 Marriage of the Minds...
Category

Early 2000s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Steel

Shaker Dining Table, c. 1850
Located in Chicago, IL
This elegant Japanese kimono stand dates to the early 20th century and is an updated example of traditional garment racks used to display silk ob...
Category

Mid-19th Century American Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Hardwood, Oak

Pair of American Modernist Shaker-Inspired Benches
Located in Chicago, IL
A chic pair of mid-20th century American modernist Shaker-inspired pine benches with striking silhouette that bend seamlessly into any style interior. Painted black with signs of wea...
Category

Mid-20th Century American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Pine

Vintage Ercol Grand Windsor Extending Plank Dining Table - Blue Label Model 444
Located in London, GB
A stylish, refined and handsome vintage 1960s Ercol 'Grand Plank' windsor extending dining table. This table has a solid Elmwood top resting upon solid Beech five legged base. The ...
Category

Mid-20th Century English Shaker Furniture

Materials

Elm

Hand Crafted Shaker Style Pine Drop Leaf Table XL Seven Feet
Located in West Hartford, CT
Meticulously handcrafted by skilled artisans, this Shaker Style Drop Leaf Table embodies the essence of the Shaker tradition. Each detail, from the tapered legs to the clean lines, r...
Category

Mid-20th Century Shaker Furniture

Materials

Pine

Jim Rose - Settee, Shaker Style in Painted Repurposed Steel
Located in Chicago, IL
The Shaker inspired settee is made of fully repurposed steel and then painted with a high gloss white paint. Meticulously crafted, artist Jim Rose was a master welder as well as art...
Category

Early 2000s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Steel

Historic Set of 6 Shaker Dining Chairs, Mount Lebanon c 1935
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Historic set of six Shaker dining chairs made by Lillian Barlow, Mount Lebanon, c. 1935. Believed to be the last shaker chairs made (see image of letter from Lillian Barlow to Flore...
Category

Early 20th Century American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Wood

Jim Rose - Repurposed Steel Bookcase in Natural Rusted Patina, Art Furniture
Located in Chicago, IL
This is a totally functional five shelved bookcase is made from repurposed steel, patinaed to a natural rush finish. Modeled after Shaker furniture, this modern industrial statement...
Category

1990s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Steel

Jim Rose Patchwork Cabinet
Located in Chicago, IL
This steel side cabinet by artist Jim Rose exemplifies industrial chic with timeless simplicity and handcrafted touch. Inspired by Shaker minimalism, the chest is crafted from found ...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Steel

Mid Century Traditional Sea Shell and Brass Salt and Pepper Shakers - a Pair
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
Beautiful pair of tall cylindrical sea shell-covered brass salt and pepper shakers. Sourced from a beautiful estate in Oklahoma. A gorgeou...
Category

20th Century American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Metal

Vintage 1960s Ercol drop leaf Elmwood and Beech dining table
Located in London, GB
A vintage 1960s drop leaf ercol round/oval dining table. This table has a solid Elmwood top and a four legged solid Beech base. It has two drop leaves and is very good vintage condi...
Category

Mid-20th Century English Shaker Furniture

Materials

Elm

Antique Pennsylvania Shaker Style Tall Ladderback & Rush Dining Chair Set
Located in Las Vegas, NV
Set of 4 solid Oak ladderback Shaker era style chairs. We believe these to be early 1900s version. Woven rush seating have nice warm aged patina but no signs of use. These are al...
Category

Early 20th Century Shaker Furniture

Materials

Rush, Oak

English Oval Side Table
Located in Chicago, IL
This antique English side table is elegantly crafted with a versatile and lightweight design. Recently refinished to a rich, dark brown, th...
Category

Late 19th Century English Antique Shaker Furniture

Materials

Mahogany

Vintage 1960s rectangle Ercol drop leaf Elmwood and Beech dining table
Located in London, GB
A vintage 1960s drop leaf ercol rectangular dining table. This table has a solid Elmwood top and a four legged solid Beech base. It has two drop leaves and is very good vintage cond...
Category

Mid-20th Century English Shaker Furniture

Materials

Elm

Wright Bed, Modern Shaker Queen Bed in Cherry
Located in Chattanooga, TN
The Wright Bed flirts the line between minimalism and sturdy construction. Named for Lucy Wright, and constructed from North American Cherry, this bed is our tribute to the lean simp...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Hardwood

Black Lacquered Pine Trestle Base Farmhouse Dining Table, Refinished
Located in South Bend, IN
An exceptional Shaker style trestle base farmhouse extension dining table USA, late 20th century Solid pine, in black lacquered fini...
Category

Late 20th Century American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Pine, Lacquer

Early 20th Century American Shaker Pile Carpet ( 8'6" x 9'2" - 260 x 280 )
Located in New York, NY
Early 20th Century American Shaker Pile Carpet ( 8'6" x 9'2" - 260 x 280 )
Category

1920s American Vintage Shaker Furniture

Materials

Wool

Shaker Cherry Wood Bookcases or Media Cabinets, Pair
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous pair of Shaker or Arts & Crafts style bookcases or media cabinets USA, Circa 1990s Beautiful solid cherry wood, with mullioned glass front doors. Each measures: 26.25"W...
Category

Late 20th Century American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Glass, Cherry

Antique Primitive Shaker Maple Farmhouse Thumb Back Ladderback Rush Chair
Located in Dayton, OH
Antique Primitive Shaker farmhouse chair. Made of maple featuring thumb back and ladderback with woven rush seat and tapered feet. Dimensions: 18...
Category

Early 20th Century Shaker Furniture

Materials

Rush, Maple

Wright Side Table, Shaker Side Table in Modern Walnut
Located in Chattanooga, TN
Inspired by the Shaker’s lean ascetic of simplicity and function, the Wright Side Table flirts the line between minimalism and sturdy construction. Brass pegs add a hint of modernity...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Hardwood, Walnut

7 Antique & Vintage Painted Folk Art Bentwood Boxes Shaker Pantry Storage
Located in Dayton, OH
Seven vintage and antique 20th century Shaker style miniature bentwood boxes painted in a variety of colors, two forming the image of a Halloween j...
Category

Early 20th Century Shaker Furniture

Materials

Bentwood, Paint

Dune Allen Credenza in Solid Walnut
By Greg Mitchell
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The Dune Allen credenza is crafted to handle all your storage needs with refined simplicity. Clean lines and strong joinery amount to a piece that is sturdy, yet elegant. The carcass is built from 1 1/4" solid walnut with dovetailed joints to last for generations. The base is constructed from straight grained pieces of 8/4 walnut with hand fitted bridle joints pinned with maple pegs. The cabinet can be customized to fit your specific needs with shelves and drawers to accommodate anything from a record...
Category

2010s North American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Walnut

Beachcomber Counter Stool in White Oak
By Greg Mitchell
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Light and strong, the beachcomber bar stool evokes the sight of an old wooden monohull, it's lean, sturdy mast together with the rigging worthy o...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Oak

Santa Rosa Bench in White Oak
By Greg Mitchell
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The Santa Rosa bench is a simple piece of seating for the well appointed interior. Its clean lines, hand turned base, and wedged through tenons amount to a design that is at home in ...
Category

2010s American Shaker Furniture

Materials

Oak, Walnut

Four Splendid Early 20th Century Hand Carved High Back Bench in Wood
Located in Milan, IT
Splendid early 20th century hand-carved high back bench in wood. Four Benches are available
Category

Early 20th Century Italian Shaker Furniture

Materials

Wood

Shaker furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Shaker furniture for sale on 1stDibs. Many of these items were first offered in the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artisans have continued to produce works inspired by this style. If you’re looking to add vintage furniture created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include rugs and carpets, seating, tables and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with wood, fabric and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Shaker furniture made in a specific country, there are North America, United States, and Asia pieces for sale on 1stDibs. While there are many designers and brands associated with original furniture, popular names associated with this style include Jim Rose, Carter Ellis, Charleston Forge, and Ercol. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for furniture differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $100 and tops out at $25,000 while the average work can sell for $3,200.

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