This is a superb antique Gustav Stickley china cabinet from the early 1900’s Mission and Arts & Crafts period in excellent condition.
The piece is made of fantastic quarter sawn oak with an great original finish.
This is a very desirable form featuring double exposed through tenons at the top and bottom and individually paned glass.
There are double pins at the top and it is twice double pinned at the bottom.
There are 3 fixed shelves and the original hammered pulls are present.
The back is paneled and is signed with a paper label as well as a brand.
The piece is extremely thick and heavy and is highly decorative and collectible.