Gustav Stickley sideboard Eastwood, NY, circa 1906 oak, copper signed with paper label and red decal 108"w x 24.5"d x 43"h
Literature: Similar examples shown Cathers, David, American Arts & Crafts Furniture from the Two Red Roses Foundation Palm Harbor: Two Red Roses Foundation, pp. 62-63
Tucker, Kevin W., Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement, New Haven: Dallas Museum of Art, 2010, pp. 92-93, 130-131
Catalogue Note: This example is similar to Gustav Stickley's original dining room sideboard manufactured for his 438 Columbus Avenue residence in Syracuse, New York. A house fire in 1901 gave Stickley the opportunity to renovate the interior to suit his Craftsman-style taste, making his home an early American example of an exclusively Arts & Crafts designed interior. This sideboard is quite rare and only four examples of this form are known.
The remaining examples reside in the collections of The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms, The Two Red Roses Foundation and The Crab Tree Farm Foundation, where the sideboard was exhibited at the Dallas Museum of Art.