This is an Important Early Period L&jG Stickley piece made in Onondaga Shop, NY. Made in the early 1900s, Mission / Arts & Crafts Era.
This bookcase is in Excellent Original Condition. The selection of quartersawn oak is exquisite. The patina on the original finish is excellent. This bookcase is solid and heavy duty. It is approximately 30% heavier than bookcases of the same model and maker produced at a later time. Everything about this piece is original, including the glass in the doors and hardware. The key is present. The bookcase features keys through tenon construction on the top and bottom of each side. The back side of the bookcase is chamfered and each panel on the back is splined together.
Dimensions in Inches:
Overall Bookcase – Height 56.5, Length 79, Depth 12.
Shelf Height: Top 12, 2nd & 3rd shelves 9.5, Bottom 13. Shelves Depth 10.
We have in stock the same model of this bookcase produced at a later time by L&jG Stickley for a much lower price.
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We do not deal in “Estate Condition” or “As Is” pieces. Unless there is an issue/concern/defect noted in the description, the buyer can be assured that there are none. Many times furniture pieces sold in “Auction” circumstances have problems, such as weakness in the structure, replaced parts, poor repairs, amateur glue or finish work, or veneer lifting/missing. We do not deal in “Flea Market” type items.
When Restoration is needed, we employ an experienced restoration technician and/or a professional artist. Traditional methods and materials are utilized to remedy any concerns. Hide glue was used during construction of furniture in the early 1900s. Such glue deteriorates over time, often creating a need for reworking in order for furniture to continue to be sturdy and strong. Furniture not properly restored does not honor the piece, nor protect the financial investment made by the buyer.
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