Welcome home to modern living with Stickley Mission style. A mixture of classic designs and luxurious fabrics and leathers make this the most comfortable room in the house.
This recliner is an adaptation of the 369 Spindle Morris Chair. Spindle sides with reclining seat and bustle back cushion. Available in solid oak or cherry.
Dimensions: H40 W33¾ D39 inches
Based on the no. 354 Harvey Ellis chairs, this settee provides a welcoming place to sit in any entryway. Harvey Ellis inlays along the back slats increase the whimsical nature of the light look of this piece. Available in solid oak or cherry.
Dimensions: H44 W44 D23½ Inches
The lightened architectural look of Harvey Ellis but with his exemplary inlay of ebony, holly and cherry on all three back slats. Available in solid oak or cherry.
Dimensions: H43 W26 D31½ inches
This rocker is a modern innovation of the original 327 Shoe-Foot chair design by Harvey Ellis for Gustav Stickley circa 1903. The simple Japanese inspired inlay is only on the front side of the middle back slat. Available in solid oak.
Dimensions: H45 W23 D31 inches
€1,180.00This piece is a re-issue of an early design by Gustav Stickley circa 1904. Perfect for front row seating in front of a warm fire, or for additional seating at a party, this fireside bench features tongue and groove joinery on the top and keyed through tenons on the base. Available in solid oak.
A perfect place to contemplate life’s journeys is on Limbert’s bench of bold rectangular lines and revealed joinery. In 1902 Charles P Limbert began manufacturing furniture in Grand Rapids Michigan. Limbert Furniture is characterized by delicate arches and subtle curves, combined with a bold rectilinearity and revealed joinery. The cutouts reflect Limberts influence by noted designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh of the Glasgow school. Limbert Furniture is highly collectible in the market today. Stickley pays tribute to this great designer by reviving one of his finest original styles. Loose seat cushion option. Available in solid oak or cherry.
Dimensions: H24½ W26½ D17 inches
An iconic 1910 L. & J.G. Stickley design, the 220 Prairie Settle is the epitome of the Prairie style with dramatic book matched panels along the sides and back, as well as elongated corbelled arches that support generous wrap-around arms. This settle design continues to endure – the piece is part of the original April 1989 reissued Mission Collection. Two 20” throw pillows included. Available in solid oak or cherry.
Dimensions: H29 W84½ D37½ inches.
The Prairie Loveseat embodies Mission sensibilities at its finest. Book matched panels, corbels, and two 20” throw pillows complete the look. Available in solid oak.
Dim. in Inches
Standard with two 20" throw pillows.
H29 W67½ D37½
A slight “V” indentation on the arms and the nail head trim seat make this an incredibly sturdy and functional bench. Available in solid oak.
This Tile Top table is a re-issue from the original # 52T designed by Gustav Stickley circa 1901. The original size is the same as the re-issue. It was only available in the Meadow Green tile. (It is currently available with any current tile at no upcharge. The original tile was manufactured by the Grueby Co. in Boston.
A versatile table that may be paired with another to create a cocktail table, this piece demonstrates the infusion of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s designs with Limbert’s own vision. Available in solid oak or cherry.
Dimensions: H18 W16 D16 inches
This slender, elegant tabouret table with through wedged tenons is an adaptation of an original tile top # 52T from the designs of Gustav Stickley circa 1901. The 89-52 tile top table iIntroduced was in 1995 and is a re-issue from the original # 52T. The original size is the same as the re-issue. Available in solid oak.
€980.00This Stickley table is an original design by Elbert Hubbard of the Roycrofters of East Aurora NY. circa 1905. The Roycroft mark was first used by Cassiodorus, a monk who lived in the middle ages. He was one of the first book binders and on every book he illumined and bound he placed his mark, which was the cross and circle representing Utility and Infinity. Available in oak and cherry.
Originally designed by Charles Limbert in 1905, his designs clearly endure in this library table with his masterful rendering of negative space. Available in solid oak.
Elements 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.
Dimensions: H78 W38 D27½ inches
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.
€4,480.00The Spindle Morris Chair was the forerunner of the modern recliner and is part of the original April 1989 reissued Mission Collection. Virtually identical to the original, it features adjustable back, wide canted arms, curved horizontal back slats, narrow spindles and includes Quadralinear post construction for the oak version. Choice of tight seat or loose cushions. Available in solid oak or cherry. Original design circa 1912, Gustav Stickley.