Stickley Antique of the Week: Leaded Glass China Cabinet This beautiful and dramatic Gustav Stickley china cabinet was designed by LaMont Warner, perhaps one of the greatest American Arts & Crafts Designers. Art Crafts, China Cabinets, Antiques Furniture, Stickley, American Art, Crafts Design, Craftsman Style, Glasses China, Lead Glasses
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Replacing the Victorian predilection for decorating with a miscellany of fancy objects, Gustav Stickley opted for designs in plain, straight lines that were adaptable for Craftsman settings. This oak, iron and glass corner cupboard was executed around 1902–1903 in Stickley's favorite brown color, achieved by applying wax or a thin coat of shellac to give the wood a soft, lustrous glow. Private collection. —All photos courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art.
GUSTAV STICKLEY: Rare and exceptional four-sided lantern with an overhanging hammered copper top on panels of hammered amber leaded glass, depicting stylized flowers in reds and greens. Original patina, some looseness to corners. Complete with original chain and square ceiling cap. Circular Craftsman stamp. Lantern: 13" x 10 1/4" x 10 1/4", with chain: 37 1/2" ht.