This is a very nice antique Stickley Brothers Morris chair from the early 1900’s Mission and Arts & Crafts period in very good condition.
The chair is made of good quarter sawn oak with an overcoated original finish.
There are wide paddle arms with corbels and through tenons on the legs.
The arms are slatted and have an unusual cutout.
The chair has attractive cube-like form and is signed with a paper tag.
The seat cushion has springs and both are covered in high quality, hand rubbed leather.