The Stickley brothers, Albert, Gustav, Charles, Leopold, and John George, formed the Stickley Brothers Furniture Company in 1891. Beginning in 1900, the company produced chairs and tables in styles ranging from Colonial Revival to early Mission. The company continued to create Colonial American pieces until it ceased production in the 1950s. California Historical Design – AC Stickley is offering Stickley Brothers furniture in the upcoming auction. Highlighted is an L & JG Stickley #719 corner cabinet. This 1910 signed piece has been refinished and stands 65 inches tall by 38.5 inches wide. The four-shelf wooden cabinet is enclosed with glass. Also featured is an 1898 Martin Brother’s bird tobacco jar. The detailed porcelain jar is signed and dated on the bottom half of the removable head.
Included in the auction is a 1930s Navajo WPA hand-carved New Mexican hutch. A 1910 large Bradley Hubbard reverse-painted oval lamp and an Amphora pottery painted portrait vase will be on offer as well. Visit Bidsquare to view the entire collection and to register to bid.
Lot Categories:American Indian & Ethnographic (45), Fine Art (43), Decorative Arts (275), Furniture (148)
# of Lots:550
Price Range:$75 - $50,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Martin Brothers Bird Tobacco Jar 1898|| Estimate: |
|L&JG Stickley #719 Corner Cabinet c1910|| Estimate: |
|Navajo WPA Hand-Carved New Mexican Hutch c1930s|| Estimate: |
|Large Bradley & Hubbard Reverse-Painted Oval Lamp c1910|| Estimate: |
|Swastika Keramos - Owens China Company Vase c1906-08|| Estimate: |
|Amphora Pottery Painted Portrait Vase c1900|| Estimate: |