Stickley era Dining set

$5,800.00

 

Arts and Crafts Dining Tiger Oak Dining table and chairs. This set is truly a rare find! Built by Stickley Brothers apprentice, George McLagan in Stratford, Ontario in 1905. The table and chairs are made of beautiful quarter-sawn tiger oak, with room to expand and add a leaf. The seat and back of the chairs still have their original leather, which is a subtle, rich red, tacked in by old metal studs

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Stickley era Dining set, Arts and Crafts Dining Tiger Oak Dining table and chairs. This set is truly a rare find! Built by George McLagan in Stratford, Ontario in 1905.  McLagan apprenticed under the Stickley Brothers in Grand Rapids Michigan, where he learned to design and build Arts and Crafts styled furniture.  The table and chairs are made of beautiful quarter-sawn tiger oak, with room to expand and by adding two leaves and the center leg. The seat and back of the chairs still have their original leather, which is a subtle, rich red, tacked in by old metal studs. An exceptional piece with an interesting history to tell. Seats approx 8 with the leaves; could be extended to 10-12 of more leaves were fabricated.

 

For more Arts and Crafts furniture, see the small Arts and Crafts bookshelf, and one of the first coffee tables built for the commercial market. 

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Archer’s Antiques specializes in restored North American Furnishings and Artifacts. From primitives of the 1700’s to the late Arts & Crafts Era of the 1900’s. A tradition since 1959. For more information please contact me.

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