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Stickley Brothers Armchair

S/N:HAI602

1880s-1890s

  • £895.00
  • €1,070 Euro
  • $1,155 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Exceptional Stickley Brothers armchair.

A stunning example of the American Arts & Crafts movement, this original carved oak chair was designed by Gustav Stickley during his time with Stickley Brothers (1883-1898) before pursuing his solo venture.

Where most Stickley-designed chairs have slatted backs, this has a beautifully carved Arts & Crafts panel.

With generous arm rests and leg stretchers, the attention to detail even on the legs is impressive.

Original leather maker's label on the underside. Light wear to seat.

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Dimensions: 

  • H: 98cm (38.58in)
  • W: 88cm (34.65in)
  • D: 52cm (20.47in)

Period: 

1880s-1890s

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