Gustav Stickley Furniture Arts & Crafts Furniture Mission Oak Furniture - Reproductions and Antiques
Specializing in the works of L. &. J.G. Stickley, Gustav Stickley, Dirk Van Erp, Greene & Greene, Limbert, D`Arcy Gaw, Harvey Ellis, Rohlfs and Roycroft.  Custom reproductions and antiques.
Original L. & J. G. Stickley Rocker circa 1906 to 1912

Original, L.& J. G. Stickley oak rocking chair with it's original leather seat. Original finish, minor wear to original leather and finish wear to the tops of the arms, otherwise in excellent condition. Seating pieces with their original leather in good condition are very uncommon. Good quarter sawn oak grain in the top of the arms as shown. Rockers are tight and not worn flat. Signed on the back stretcher with the firms red decal used from 1906 to 1912, in the form of a wooden woodworking clamp..."L.& J.G. Stickley, Handcraft". The rocker is also signed under the seat with the very rare Handcraft period paper label with the model and cover number handwritten in graphite, as shown.



Product ID: #6001

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View of the quarter sawn oak grain in the back and legs and the double pinning of the mortise and tenon construction where the crest rail joins the top of the leg.

View of the quarter sawn oak grain in the back and legs and the double pinning of the mortise and tenon construction where the crest rail joins the top of the leg.

Very rare "Handcraft" period paper label showing the model number and cover number handwritten in graphite.

Very rare "Handcraft" period paper label showing the model number and cover number handwritten in graphite.







View of pinned mortise and tenon joint on the front leg.

View of pinned mortise and tenon joint on the front leg.

Image of the back of the chair and the decal signature on the left end of the lower stretcher.

Image of the back of the chair and the decal signature on the left end of the lower stretcher.




Close-up of the L.&J.G. Stickley clamp mark used circa 1906 to 1912.  "L.&J.G. Stickley, Handcraft"

Close-up of the L.&J.G. Stickley clamp mark used circa 1906 to 1912. "L.&J.G. Stickley, Handcraft"







Image of the rich patina of the original leather.

Image of the rich patina of the original leather.