Gustav Stickley Craftsman Metal Work, Lamps, Andirons
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Gustav Stickley Craftsman Metal Work, Lamps, Andirons:
“Craftsman Hand-Wrought Metal Work in Iron, Copper and Brass”
Published by Turn of the Century Editions.
DISCUSSION: This catalog, a reprint of Stickley’s 1906 issue, “illustrates eight different fireplace hoods, several sets of andirons and fireplace tools, and a wide range of other Craftsman metal work, including candlesticks, wall sconces, chandeliers, table lamps (oil and electric), lanterns, newel post lamps, jardinieres, umbrella stands, trays, ashtrays, cigar boxes, and wall plaques. The catalogue also features seven pages of Craftsman hardware such as hinges, pulls, escutcheons and hooks for sale to amateur cabinet makers”.
DESCRIPTION: Softcover. 6”x8”, 64 pages, black & white illustrations.
CONDITION NOTES: In fine, new condition.
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