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Gustav Stickley, Limbert's, Etc. A Gustav Stickley Library Table No. 614, a Limbert's Library Table

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Gustav Stickley, Limbert's, Etc. A Gustav Stickley Library Table No. 614, a Limbert's Library Table
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Gustav Stickley, Limbert's, Etc. A Gustav Stickley Library Table No. 614, a Limbert's Library Table No. 115, and an American Settle, USA, circa 1910

Oak
The Gustav Stickley library table marked with Gustav Stickley decal in red, with joiner's compass mark, the signature without a bounding box.
The Limbert's library table with branded mark: "Limbert's Arts & Crafts Furniture"
The settle unmarked.



(H: 30, D: 28 3/4, L: 42 1/8 in. (Stickley library table); H: 29, W: 24, L: 36 in. (Limbert library table); H: 35, W: 22 3/8, L: 72 in. (settle))

Qty: (3)

Provenance

Property from the Estate of Mark Smith, Lynchburg, Virginia



Literature

Cabinet Works from the Craftman Workshops, 1904, Catalogue D (for an illustration of the Gustav Stickley library table no. 614)
Charles P. Limbert Company Booklet no. 114, circa 1900 (for an illustration of the Limbert's library table no.115)



All pieces sturdy, substantial, and in very good vintage condition with wear commensurate with age and use; this includes light scratches, scuffs, occasional marks; small losses to edges and corners, and uneveness in finishes. The library tables both sturdy and with original hardware; Stickley tabletop with scattered scratches; Limbert tabletop with areas of darkening and dark water rings; the settle heavy and solid, with some small losses to vertical elements; area of finish loss to seat at read, along with some deeper scratches and marks; settle reinforced by two metal rods running the length of the settle under the apron and secured via nuts and washers to legs.

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Gustav Stickley, Limbert's, Etc. A Gustav Stickley Library Table No. 614, a Limbert's Library Table

Estimate $700 - $900
Sep 29, 2022
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Starting Price $350
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0012: Gustav Stickley, Limbert's, Etc. A Gustav Stickley Library Table No. 614, a Limbert's Library Table
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Est. $700 - $900Starting Price $350
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Sep 29, 2022 11:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0012 Details
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Gustav Stickley, Limbert's, Etc. A Gustav Stickley Library Table No. 614, a Limbert's Library Table No. 115, and an American Settle, USA, circa 1910

Oak
The Gustav Stickley library table marked with Gustav Stickley decal in red, with joiner's compass mark, the signature without a bounding box.
The Limbert's library table with branded mark: "Limbert's Arts & Crafts Furniture"
The settle unmarked.



(H: 30, D: 28 3/4, L: 42 1/8 in. (Stickley library table); H: 29, W: 24, L: 36 in. (Limbert library table); H: 35, W: 22 3/8, L: 72 in. (settle))

Qty: (3)

Provenance

Property from the Estate of Mark Smith, Lynchburg, Virginia



Literature

Cabinet Works from the Craftman Workshops, 1904, Catalogue D (for an illustration of the Gustav Stickley library table no. 614)
Charles P. Limbert Company Booklet no. 114, circa 1900 (for an illustration of the Limbert's library table no.115)



All pieces sturdy, substantial, and in very good vintage condition with wear commensurate with age and use; this includes light scratches, scuffs, occasional marks; small losses to edges and corners, and uneveness in finishes. The library tables both sturdy and with original hardware; Stickley tabletop with scattered scratches; Limbert tabletop with areas of darkening and dark water rings; the settle heavy and solid, with some small losses to vertical elements; area of finish loss to seat at read, along with some deeper scratches and marks; settle reinforced by two metal rods running the length of the settle under the apron and secured via nuts and washers to legs.

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