Arts & Crafts: Gustav Stickley Furniture Site Map
   
Mission Oak Style Furniture and Accessories
Gustav Stickley - L&JG Stickley - Stickley Furniture
Dirk Van Erp - Roycroft - Limbert - Rohlfs
Art Pottery – Lamps - Metalwork
 
Antiques

 

Extremely Rare Original Gustav Stickley embroidered screen with all original embroidery and burlap. $15,000

(shown by appointment, condition report on request)

 

Thank you for making our warehouse sale and closing successful. All inventory is now located at The Antiques Marketplace, 109 Main St, Putnam, CT 06260, open daily except Tuesdays, from 10 am to 5 pm. Inventory posted online as time permits.

     
 

The Mission Oak Shop specializes in antique furniture and accessories from the Arts & Crafts period, with an emphasis on Gustav Stickley furniture, L&JG Stickley furniture, Stickley Brothers, Charles Stickley, Charles Limbert, Roycroft, Lifetime, JM Young, and Harden mission style furniture. We carry hammered copper pieces by Roycroft and Dirk Van Erp, lamps by Heintz and Bradley and Hubbard, American Art Pottery, Woodblock Prints, Photography, Paintings, and Textiles. Contemporary artisans are also represented in the shop, as well as a good selection of books relevant to the Arts & Crafts period.
Craftsman Auctions is the pre-eminent Arts & Crafts Auction House in the United States, holding major sales in January, May, and September every year and selling about $2 million in antique Arts & Crafts objects in each sale. Craftsman Auctions produces a 200+ page color catalog for every sale, and in addition to selling at their renovated facility in New Jersey, they list all their auctions on Live Auctioneers with bidding on ebay live occurring simultaneously with the sale at the auction facility.
Jerry Cohen has been buying and selling Arts & Crafts since 1976, when he opened The Mission Oak Shop in Oakland, California. He moved the shop to Connecticut in 1989 and in 1991 opened The Antiques Marketplace, a 22,000 square foot antiques mall and catalyst for the redevelopment of Putnam's downtown as an antiques shopping district. In 1985 he co-founded, with Michael Adams, Aurora Studios, a high-end studio devoted to the production of hand crafted hammered copper Arts & Crafts lighting. In 1995 he founded Craftsman Auctions, which merged with David Rago's Arts & Crafts Auctions in September 2000. He is a member of American Bungalow magazine's Advisory Board and has written articles for the magazine. He founded the Putnam Traveler newspaper, in Putnam, CT in 2003, sits on its Board and writes articles for the paper. His store, The Mission Oak Shop is located in The Antiques Marketplace, at 109 Main Street in Putnam. He is actively buying and selling furniture, metalwork, art, lighting, and pottery from the Arts & Crafts period and welcomes all buying and selling related inquiries. In addition, he is always happy to help you locate an item, or work with you to design your interior or build your collection.
Education is an important part of collecting Arts & Crafts. Go to our Stickley Era Information pages to learn about the various makers of Arts & Crafts furniture, Art Pottery, Lighting, and Metalwork and to learn more about collecting Arts & Crafts.