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    Posted 9 years ago

    trouttramp
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    Oak Buffet/Side board with mirror backsplash. Looking for hints as to age and maker.

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    1. YardSaleDave, 9 years ago
      The wooden pulls would place it in the later part of the Golden Oak period. It is made in the style of Gustav Stickley's Arts & Crafts furniture of the time. If it does not have a Stickley label, it was made in the Mid West, perhaps Grand Rapids. If it is a signed Stickly piece, well congrats, it could be worth thousands.
    2. Lee, 9 years ago
      A beautiful oak example of the Arts & Crafts Movement, from about 1890 upward to 1920 or so. This has the Gustav Stickley look. Have you checked for markings?
    3. mbillings, 9 years ago
      Not sure if Gus in the right Stickley brother here. I think it looks more like a Stickley Bros./Quaint piece if it is. Many makers accomplished this look. The figuring in the oak is nice and it is a nice sideboard for sure
    4. trouttramp, 9 years ago
      The only markings I can find so far is #803 written in Pencil on rt front leg inside of cabinet. There is also 00 stamp into tops of doors and 5 stamped into rt rear leg.
    5. cis2you cis2you, 9 years ago
      I just found an example of your piece in ANTIQUE & EUROPEAN FURNITURE GUIDE.
      quote: Mission-style (Arts & Crafts movement sideboard. decal in one drawer for the LIFETIME FURNITURE COMPANY.

      PRICE estimate in 1995- 990.00. Of course, we both know price is pretty much a regional issue.
      Good luck and what a great piece.
    6. marcobabe13 marcobabe13, 9 years ago
      Awesome piece! I hope you're going to remove it from your storage area and place it somewhere in your home for all to enjoy!

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