This is a superb Gustav Stickley one door bookcase from 1901, mission arts and crafts period in excellent condition. The bookcase made of thick quarter sawn oak with great original finish. It has original iron pull with pyramid tacks with original patina. The top and the bottom have exposed through tenons with pins and there is gallery top and fixed three shelves. The door display individually paned glass (total of 16 glass) with mitered mullions construction.This is extremely rare and collectable bookcase in excellent condition. That does not drag on the bottom when you close the door, the case is glued and STURDY and STRONG. These is not one of bookcases you see around, we pay more and ask higher price, if we do not pay we will not have one to offer. We know most people do not understand...
Just let them sell you one pc and see what you get. Size: Height 56 Width 21.5 Depth 12.5.Once we know where you are located we can get you an exact cost. The Stickley furniture that we sell is top quality American made furniture that is an investment and is highly collectible antique furniture. We do not deal with flea market quality items.
IF YOU NEED MORE INFO PLEASE CALL Joe at 570 743 1335. We offer investment quality furniture ready to enjoy in your home. We utilize a restoration technician who employs traditional methods and materials. Furniture NOT properly restored does not protect your investment when you decide to sell it in the future.We do not sell furniture in estate condition. We have a professional artist that works on the furniture and makes it in perfect condition again. The hide glue used 100 years ago does not hold, so our artist reglues everything to look and feel like brand new. These items are in great condition and ready for use in your home! (Unless a defect is noted in the description). The item "ANTIQUE rare GUSTAV STICKLEY one door BOOK CASE circa 1901" is in sale since Friday, September 4, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Other Antique Furniture". The seller is "joemission" and is located in Shamokin Dam, Pennsylvania.
This item can be shipped to United States.