For those outside of the Bay Area or those who cannot come to see things in the shop, if you see things in the "inventory" section you would like to purchase, email me or call. Thanks!
Here's a selection of my shop's inventory. Thanks for looking!
Michigan chair company rush seated arm chair, stained maple, c.1905. Influenced by the Forbes made, firm of A. Page Brown, Worcester-inspired armchairs c.1894, Berkeley, California for the Swedenborgian Church in San Francisco. 39.5"H x 241/2"W x 24"D. $1,100.
Rare Gustav Stickley corner cabinet, circa 1912. Original finish. double signed, paper label and burned in mark. The open construction of the upper doors with only a single muntin per door allows for clearer display of objects inside the case. It also features a small middle drawer which as far as I know is unique to this version of the firm's corner cabinets. 29" x 40" x 72". $95,000.
Rare Limbert milkcan lamp. 20"H x 15"D. Among Limbert's best lamp designs, I'm pleased to show it. This is only the second example of this form I have been able to offer in forty plus years. In that time, I have seen less than a half dozen of these lamps. $15,000
L & J. G. Stickley Mantel Clock. 22"H, width 16", depth 8". C. 1912. This clock is known to have been designed by Peter Hansen. Influenced strongly by C. F. A. Voysey. Tooled copper face and small squares of end-grain oak. (This clock was at one point part of the Barbra Streisand collection. It was purchased from Michael Carey in New York. Documentation of the Sotheby's sale in 1999 of the Streisand collection along with the bill of sale included. Lot #448.)