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the Front Desk.
Gustav Stickley #712 Desk with
Inventory No: 1081 $1,750.00
As can seen from the above photos the top is
stained in two places. One is a water stain probably
caused by a flower pot, and the other is most likely an ink
The desk is 48" wide by 28 3/4" deep and has 23 1/2" knee
height under the center drawer. The height to the top of the
cubbies is 36". Based on the red ink stamp and the paper label
this desk was made between 1907 and 1911.
The three photos show the underside of the top
at both ends and the back with the "Figure 8" table top
fasteners, 5 on each end and 3 across the back.
The photos above are the two ends, and back upside down on the
Each drawer is numbered on the bottom with a corresponding
number in the case to identify which drawer goes where.
There is clear evidence that the desk at one time was stored
standing in water the bottom inch or so are darkened by
Harris Lebus Mahogany Sideboard
Inventory No: A1075 $1,150.00
Another great piece for
your consideration. This is a mahogany sideboard, I
believe it to be of European origin from the late 1800's.
It is in a style of which I'm not an expert. It is 56"
wide, 22" deep and 67" high. The mirror top section comes
off for ease of moving. Asking 1,150. It is in original
condition, including the original hardware. There are
minor flaws, chips and dings but fewer than would be
expected in a piece 100 years of more old. This is located
in Allentown, PA and available for inspection by
appointment only. Call me at 610-428-2930 with questions
or to see. Wynn Phillips, Owner, Strictly Mission.
Based on a few comments
I received on an earlier posting about this sideboard and
some further research I came to the realization that the
strap hinges are identical to those on a piece I had a
couple of years ago. I initially listed that piece as
Liberty and Company of London, England. I was corrected in
that that piece was by Harris Lebus, also of London,
England. I did some further searching through Google
Images and have concluded that this sideboard is also by
Gustav Stickley #814 Sideboard
Inventory No: A1076
This model of the #814 is 66" wide, 22"deep and 38" high
to the top of the cabinet. The plate rack adds an
The top is tounge and grove construction. Doors and
door hardware is new And there is some loose veneer
on the ends, but little if any is missing. I left it
as is. I was concerned that if I attempted to get glue
into the split I'd just make it worse. The top was cleaned and
rewaxed. Remainder of the piece has original finish,
except for the doors, of course. The top has a
drying split along a glued joint on the left end. I
got glue into the split and clamped it closed for two
days. Took the clamps off and within 4 hours it
This is the sideboard as it sits in the Slatington
Marketplace. It has been moved from this space to
space A-19. The two blocks are due to a slope in the
floor, not because the front legs are shorted than the
The three photos are the top of the sideboard with some
overlap. The photo on the bottom right is the Gus
mark on one of the drawer bottoms. Cleaning the
drawers this was under a paper liner in the drawer.
The photo immediately above is the top after it was
cleaned and waxed. The open joint is visible at top
Brothers Bed No 9007
There is a photo of this bed on page (ix) of the preface to
the reprint of Quaint Furniture Cataloge No. 42
This is model No. 9007, the headboard is 48" high and the
footboard is 38" high.
The outside width is 44-3/4" and the overall length is
81", Inside the rails and ends it is 76" long and
We did very little to it. cleaned it, reglued a few
loose joint and replaced the missing slats (not shown here)
Details of the ends. The only difference between the
headboard and footboard is the height.
The above photo
on the left is a pretty good representation of the color.
Brothers Arm Chair
Photos above show the front and bak of the chair along with
one of the corner blocks with a shadow of the oval paper label
that was once on the corner block.
Details and dimensions soon.
4 sections plus top and base.
Inventory No A1079: $750.00
This is a four section barrister bookcase with a
base and top. Each section is 15" high by 11.5" deep and 34.5"
wide. The base is 8" high and the top is 3" high. The overall
height is 70.5". The interior depth is 10". The material is flat
sawn oak. It has been refinished which resulted in the labels
being stripped off except on the base. That label states that it
is Globe Wernikie.
This bookcase is available for inspection and purchase at the Slatington
Marketplace in Slatington, PA, space A19.
Inventory #A1058 $275.00
This desk is in very good, if not excellent condition.
No loose joints. Appears to be all original with
original finish. It is missing it's key. I did
find a key that would lock the locks but it would not unlock
them, but neither would they stay locked. I've not had
the time yet to see if them can be made to work.
The overall height is 39-1/4" and it is 34-1/2"
wide. The desk surface is 28" high, 30-7/8" wide and
21" deep to the front of the cubbies. The top shelf is
The drawer is not dovetailed. It is 30" wide, 11" deep
and 3-1/4" inside height. The drawer front is 4" high.
A truly rare find!
A rectangular dining room table
Inventory # A-1077
I just added a very hard to find rectangular
dining table to my inventory at the Slatington Marketplace. I
acquired this table last summer along with a sideboard at an
estate sale on Long Island. The sideboard turned out to be a
Gus Stickley #814. The Gus mark was in a center drawer under a
paper drawer liner that the auctioneer didn't see, so it
wasn't advertised as such. The table came from the same estate
as the Gus Sideboard but has no maker mark.
The table was in very used condition, lots of wear on
the legs where the chairs bumped into them over and over.
The glue joints between the boards making up the top were
coming apart so someone in the past drove corregated metal
fasteners into the ends to keep them together. I removed the
metal fasteners, cleaned off the dirt and excess glue,
splined the joint and reglued the top.
I also added a
layer of Quartersawn white oak on top of the original
flatswan oak. This is not veneer as the layer is 3/16' thick
making the top a little over a full inch thick. The top is
now about 38" wide by 60" long. I also added new equalizer
slides that open 26" for an additional 2' of leaves (not
included). The height of the table is a standard 30". My
inventory number A1077. Asking $800 as is.
I can be reached at 866-MISSION
(866-647-7466) or at email@example.com
Harden Arm Chair
Inventory # A-1057
This chair has it's original spring seat with all
new padding and leather covering. The back legs are 37-1/4"
tall. It is 22-1/2" front to back at the arm, and the arm
height is 25". The arms are 4" wide, and the chair is
28-1/2" wide across the outside of the arms. The slats in
the back are 2-1/4" wide and 3/8" thick. The seat is 21"
wide in the front and 19" at the back. It is 20" deep. The
front legs are 2-1/4" square and the back legs are 1-1/2" by
1-1/4" at the top, a little bigger at the bottom.
It is not completely original. This chair was
damaged in a fire and the four pieces had to be
replaced. These included the back leg on the left (as
looking at the chair from in front of it; 1st photo),
the left arm, the top back rail and the first slat on the
While some of the photos may not show it the best
description of the color is Stickley Onondaga.
52" Diameter Oak Dining Table
Inventory No. A-1040: $850.00
Because of the flash used for these photos the table came out
redder than it really is. It is actually close to
Stickley's craftsman in color. Also, the shine on the
top is due to a florescent light right over the table.
Backboard for a Stickley Brothers Sideboard
This is the back piece from a
Stickley Brother's Sideboard #8804. It has
it's original finish but has a few nicks in the top
front edge on the right side. Follow this LINK to
see more photos and details.
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