This is a nice antique Gustav Stickley sewing rocker from the early 1900’s Mission and Arts & Crafts period in very good condition. The piece is made of good quarter sawn oak with an original finish with an overcoat. The seat has been recovered with leather with brass tacks and has no wear. It is sturdy and strong and rocks well. The chair is pinned at every joint and is very decorative and usable. The chair is not signed but appears as model #305 1/2 in the 1910 Gustav Stickley catalog. The rocker matches the 306 1/2 chairs.
We do have several furniture items listed and will combine shipping if you need more than one item to save you money. Also, we will give a discount if you buy multiple pieces of furniture at a time. We have several different styles and prices of furniture, so look around our site because there is something for everyone either listed or at our shop waiting to be listed.
Height– 14 inches (Floor to Seat)
Height– 31 inches
Width– 17 inches
Depth– 25 inches
Seat– 16 inches x 16 inches
SHIPPING: $125* (This is an estimate shipping price. Once we know where you are located we can get you an exact cost.) (Also, the buyer must buy insurance for any item they purchase!)
*This is the shipping price is for the lower 48 states only! Everywhere else we will discuss the shipping cost when you purchase this item. You will receive a tracking number from us and then receive your items in a few days to a week depending on where you live. Most other online dealers do not get you your items this fast!
We have over 5,000 pieces of Stickley, Roycroft, Limbert, other antique furniture, and antique rugs we can list anything you may be interested in if you contact us and let us know. The Stickley furniture that we sell is top quality American made furniture that is an investment and is highly collectible antique furniture.
We offer investment quality furniture ready to enjoy in your home.
We do not sell furniture with all the problems typical with “As Is” auctions and estate purchases such as:
Veneer issues (veneer lifting, missing, or veneer repairs)
Missing or replaced parts
Amateur glue and finish work.
We utilize a restoration technician who employs traditional methods and materials.
Furniture NOT properly restored does not protect your investment when you decide to sell it in the future.
We guarantee every piece we sell 100%, all work is done properly to ensure you will enjoy your purchase for many years to come.
We do not sell furniture in estate condition. We have a professional artist that works on the furniture and makes it in perfect condition again. The hide glue used 100 years ago does not hold, so our artist reglues everything to look and feel like brand new. These items are in great condition and ready for use in your home! (Unless a defect is noted in the description)