Gustav Stickley Bookcase F1281


This is a superb rare antique Gustav Stickley bookcase from the early 1900’s Mission and Arts & Crafts period in excellent condition.

The piece is made of superb quarter sawn oak with an excellent original finish and great color.

This is a rare and desirable model designed by Harvey Ellis and features and overhanging top and an exaggerated arch at the base.

The interior is divided in two with 3 adjustable quarter sawn oak shelves in each side.

The doors consists of four separate panes of glass with two panes of leaded glass at the top.

There are two exposed through tenons at the bottom of each side and the bottom is double pinned.

It has 7 adjustable shelves

The original key is present and the back is paneled.

The bookcase is marked on the back with an early red decal. This is a very rare and exceptional piece and is highly decorative and collectible.

H – 58″
W – 48″
D – 14″

Please Note:

We offer investment quality furniture ready to enjoy in your home.‎
We do not sell furniture with all the problems typical with "As Is" auctions and estate purchases such ‎as:‎

  • Veneer issues (veneer lifting, missing, or veneer repairs)‎
  • Structural problems
  • Missing or replaced parts
  • Amateur glue and finish work.

We utilize a restoration technician who employs traditional methods and materials.‎
Furniture NOT properly restored does not protect your investment when you decide to sell it in the ‎future.‎
We guarantee every piece we sell 100%, all work is done properly to insure you will enjoy your ‎purchase for many years to come.‎

We do not sell furniture in estate condition.

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