This is a superb early antique Gustav Stickley lunch table from the early 1900’s Mission and Arts & Crafts period in very good condition.
The piece is made of excellent quarter sawn oak with an old refinish.
The construction is extremely thick and heavy, indicating that it dates from 1901, though it is unsigned.
The table is pinned at the top and double pinned at the bottom.
There are large through tenons on each leg and the stretchers have large keyed through tenons.
The table is a great smaller size, suitable for a variety of uses in your home.
It is highly decorative and collectible and is model #647.