Antique 1905 Arts & Crafts Mission Copper Stickley Bros Umbrella Stand #167 Yqz For Sale

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6 Sided Russian Hand Beaten Copper (See In Catalog)

Pictured right here is a picture of page 29 of Gustav Brother's circa 1903 catalog. We are showing it just for comparison, it does not come with the sale. - It is in their Quaint catalog of Russian Hand Beaten Copper.



PLEASE NOTE: Photos of the Gustav Brothers Umbrella Stand we have up for sale in this sale are directly below.

























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Up in this sale is a rare find, an early Arts & Crafts Mission Russian hand beaten copper umbrella stand. It was made by Stickley Brothers circa 1903 as part of their Quaint line (Their Arts & Crafts Mission line). This was in their circa 1903 catalog, which we showed you above. It is their model #167 and is marked so on the bottom. It has six sides and has brass accents. It measures approx. 26 1/4" tall. It is in shabby chic condition with scratches and wear from years of loving use.

We found the following on history of Grand Rapids site:

Albert and John George were two of the five Stickley brothers who made furniture in the United States. All came from a furniture manufacturing background, and had worked together in an earlier company also named Stickley Brothers Furniture Co., that had operated in upstate New York under brothers Gustav, Albert, and Charles. Brothers Gustav and Leopold opened their own company, United Crafts, in 1899. Gustav eventually opened Craftsman Workshops, and became one of the leading proponents of the Arts and Crafts Movement in America. John George left Stickley Brothers and Grand Rapids in 1900, and in 1902 co-founded the L. and J.G. Stickley Furniture Co. in New York with brother Leopold. Albert remained the head of the Stickley Brothers Furniture Co. in Grand Rapids until his death in 1928.

During its early period of production, Stickley Brothers amassed a notable list of craftsmen and designers. The company employed Italian carver Leopold Baillot for three years prior to the introduction of its Mission lines around 1900. Timothy Conti produced marquetry for several of Stickley Brothers’ early Arts and Crafts lines, and operated his business (T.A. Conti and Co.) out of the Stickley Brothers’ factory. Forrest Mann likely trained some of Stickley Brothers’ Turkish and Russian copper artisans, and may have also produced some of their hand-wrought hardware designs. Estimated shipping weight, (packaged) is 9 lbs 8 oz in a 30 x 14 x 14 box. The Calculator is not always right - if the shipping looks too high email us and we will give you an accurate quote prior to the sale ending. ************ What a great find!
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