Dark copper hardware makes a dramatic statement on this space saving, solid oak cellarette of Roycroft design. The Roycroft community, 1895-1938, was founded by Elbert Hubbard in East Aurora, New York. Like Gustav Stickley, Hubbard was greatly influenced by a visit with William Morris during a trip he took to England. Roycroft furniture was made of mahogany, ash or fumed oak, and each piece was clearly identified with the Roycroft symbol, a double barred cross enclosing an R. We are pleased to reissue some favorite and treasured Roycroft pieces; each will bear the identifying shopmark Roycroft by Stickley.
€4,680.00Elements from both Gustav and L & J G Stickley can be seen on this cabinet. The leaded glass design was taken directly from an early Gustav Stickley china cabinet. The top moulding shape is from the L & J G Stickley #86 Tall Case Clock.
There are only three original pieces of this rare jewel known to exist. The Chafing Dish Cabinet exemplifies the Arts & Crafts lifestyle. The original from which this cabinet is replicated is at the National Historic Landmark Fournier House. The reissued cabinet features a locking door and an adjustable shelf behind it. This free standing display cabinet has a finished frame and panel base, glass with soldered joints on all sides and optional interior light. Available in oak.
Simple Mission design for easy entertaining or casual seating. Also available in counter stool height. Available in solid oak or cherry.